In May your Dana Point Boaters Association introduced the Boater Liaison Program
, BLP for short, offering Dana Point boaters the means to raise any issue of their choosing to harbor management, with DPBA acting as advocate, as well as spokesperson for those wishing to remain anonymous. We published the written findings from the first meetings two weeks ago over the July 4th weekend. Do click here
if you missed that boater blast. Dana Point boaters raised some thought provoking topics and harbor management responded in kind.
The day before yesterday in the latest issue of The Log, our program was objectively evaluated and we thought you might be interested in learning what The Log's take was. Ambrosia Brody's article starts here
and concludes here
As mentioned in The Log article, we've already received several new BLPs that will be vetted during our next meetings to be held by the end of summer. But if you have a question, issue or concern that you want to us raise there's still time. Just click here.
Onward through the very unusual nighttime rain and summer afternoon fog.
Rodger Beard, President
The Dana Point Boaters Association
At the Dana Point Boaters Association, our mission is to advocate for the preservation, enhancement, and expansion of affordable recreational boating. We strive to improve the family-friendly atmosphere and breadth of water-oriented activities we all enjoy in our harbor. As Dana Point boater advocates, our strength comes from your support and participation. We are proud of the achievements we've made together on behalf of our boating community, and we won't give up. But we can't do it without you. If you haven't already, please become a DPBA member. Join here.
Questions should be directed by email to ([email protected]). Or call us at (949) 485-5656 and leave a voice mail and we'll get back to you soon.
The Dana Point Boaters Association advocates the preservation, enhancement, and expansion of affordable recreational boating resources. We work to improve the family friendly atmosphere and breadth of water-oriented actives we all enjoy in the harbor. We serve as the watchdog by ethically protecting the rights of all boaters and representing them when collective action is most effective. We actively gather information and communicate our views to educate boaters, external interests, and public officials. We build and maintain constructive, working relationships to achieve common goals with other harbor stakeholders. We will pass on our harbor to the next generation of recreational boaters in better condition than it is today.