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Peter Dobens
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2/22/2013 5:15:00 PM
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City Opens New $1.2-million Marina

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Hallandale Beach ushered in a new era in boating in southern Broward County on Friday with the opening of a new $1.2 million, 30-slip marina at 101 Three Islands Boulevard. Hallandale Beach City officials, Broward County and State of Florida leaders celebrated the addition of available boating space at the grand opening.

Constructed in partnership with the Broward Boating Improvement Program and the Florida Inland Navigational District (FIND), Hallandale Beach City Marina is the southern-most public dockage in Broward County.  Situated on the DeSoto Waterway just north and west of the Intracoastal Waterway, the marina offers easy access to inland waters and the Atlantic Ocean.  The marina is located midway between the Haulover Inlet and the inlet at Port Everglades.

“We couldn’t have built this beautiful marina without the help of grants from our partners,” said Mayor Joy Cooper. “Southern Broward County needed a public marina, and we are so proud it’s here in Hallandale Beach.”

Broward County Marine Advisory Committee Vice Chairman Barry Webber told about 100 in attendance, “This is exactly the kind of project we are always looking for. It is a beautiful project that will be beneficial to the boating community.” The Broward County Marine Advisory Committee administers the Broward Boating Improvement Program. 

                Built with City funds and grants from Broward Boating Improvement Program and FIND, the City broke ground on the marina in May, 2011. Hallandale Beach City Marina includes 26 slips for annual dockage, three for transient boaters and one for the Hallandale Beach Police Marine Unit. The marina can accommodate vessels from 20 feet to 60 feet and a maximum beam of 15 feet. Annual rentals are $15 per foot, per month; transient daily dockage rates are $1.75 per foot, per day. The fee includes electricity, water and Intranet Wi-Fi. A pump-out facility is available for use at an additional cost.

Shoreline Foundation, Inc., of Pembroke Park was the general contractor on the marina side of the project; Tenex Enterprises, Inc., of Pompano Beach constructed the shore-side facilities, including rest rooms, security gate and parking area.

For more information on the Hallandale Beach City Marina, please visit the Hallandale Beach Parks and Recreation Department page at www.cohb.org, or call 954-457-1653. 

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Hallandale Beach ushered in a new era in boating in southern Broward County on Friday with the opening of a new $1.2 million, 30-slip marina at 101 Three Islands Boulevard. Hallandale Beach City officials, Broward County and State of Florida leaders celebrated the addition of available boating space at the grand opening.

Constructed in partnership with the Broward Boating Improvement Program and the Florida Inland Navigational District (FIND), Hallandale Beach City Marina is the southern-most public dockage in Broward County. Situated on the DeSoto Waterway just north and west of the Intracoastal Waterway, the marina offers easy access to inland waters and the Atlantic Ocean. The marina is located midway between the Haulover Inlet and the inlet at Port Everglades.

“We couldn’t have built this beautiful marina without the help of grants from our partners,” said Mayor Joy Cooper. “Southern Broward County needed a public marina, and we are so proud it’s here in Hallandale Beach.”

Broward County Marine Advisory Committee Vice Chairman Barry Webber told about 100 in attendance, “This is exactly the kind of project we are always looking for. It is a beautiful project that will be beneficial to the boating community.” The Broward County Marine Advisory Committee administers the Broward Boating Improvement Program.

Built with City funds and grants from Broward Boating Improvement Program and FIND, the City broke ground on the marina in May, 2011. Hallandale Beach City Marina includes 26 slips for annual dockage, three for transient boaters and one for the Hallandale Beach Police Marine Unit. The marina can accommodate vessels from 20 feet to 60 feet and a maximum beam of 15 feet. Annual rentals are $15 per foot, per month; transient daily dockage rates are $1.75 per foot, per day. The fee includes electricity, water and Intranet Wi-Fi. A pump-out facility is available for use at an additional cost.

Shoreline Foundation, Inc., of Pembroke Park was the general contractor on the marina side of the project; Tenex Enterprises, Inc., of Pompano Beach constructed the shore-side facilities, including rest rooms, security gate and parking area.

For more information on the Hallandale Beach City Marina, please visit the Hallandale Beach Parks and Recreation Department page at www.cohb.org [http://www.cohb.org/] , or call 954-457-1653.

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