Permits for overnight, long-term storage for non-motorized, self-propelled vessels will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis to full-time and part-time residents at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, at Town Hall.
Residents wishing to apply for one of the 12 permits at Grayden Paul Park or one of the 33 permits at Fishermen’s Park should bring proof of residency such as a property tax bill or utility bill. The nontransferable and nonrefundable $25 fee can be paid for at that time with cash or check.
Permits are valid for 364 days following issuance and are limited to one per resident with a maximum of two permits issued annually per household.
If an applicant is unable to appear in person, they may send an authorized representative who will need to present written and signed authorization from the applicant. This proxy will only be issued the one permit for the person they are representing; the person cannot obtain a permit as a proxy and a permit for their own use.
Those who do not renew their permit have seven days from Feb. 1 to remove their boat. Non-permitted vessels left overnight after the seven days shall be subject to removal by the Town.
For more details, contact Rachel Johnson at 728-2141 or email@example.com.