Brunswick council to hear comments on mooring fees

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BRUNSWICK — The Town Council will hold a public hearing Nov. 16 on proposed changes to mooring fees.

The proposed schedule calls for a fee of $50 for residents, commercial and public moorings, and $100 for nonresident moorings. The town does not at this time charge a mooring fee.

The public hearing will be held during the council’s 7 p.m. meeting in Council Chambers at 85 Union St.

  • Chew H Bird

    Of course the town wants to charge for moorings… I am surprised the town doesn’t charge extra for driveways, mailbox posts, and breathing Brunswick air. Oh yea… The air in Brunswick has too many diesel fumes from idling trains that carry a handful of passengers…