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USCG seeks to discontinue 8 Winter Harbor aids to navigation

The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a proposal to discontinue eight aids to navigation in Winter Harbor. The public comment period ends Monday.

The majority of the aids are not marking best water because of continuing shoaling, said the notice, and the shoaling has limited the servicing vessels the Coast Guard can use to take corrective action.

The aids that will be discontinued are Light 1, Warning Daybeacon, Warning Daybeacon A, and Daybeacons 2, 8, 10, 12, and 14. All aids will be converted to non-lateral aids to navigation until the structures can be removed, said the notice. The affected chart is 12238.

Anyone interested in commenting on the proposal may e-mail CGD5Waterways@uscg.mil or write U.S. Coast Guard Fifth District, Waterways Management (dpw), 431 Crawford Street, Room 100, Portsmouth, Va. 23701, Attn: Albert Grimes. ...

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