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File #: O-25-23    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Withdrawn
File created: 8/14/2023 In control: Environmental Matters Committee
On agenda: 9/26/2023 Final action: 12/11/2023
Title: Exception to Allow Public Kayak Rack Pilot Program - For the purpose of creating a City of Annapolis pilot program to allow a public kayak rack in a street-end city park located on the City's waterfront; changing Title 15 of the City Code to allow the pilot project; and generally dealing with the City's waterfront parks.
Sponsors: Elly Tierney, Rob Savidge
Indexes: Environmental Matters Committee
Attachments: 1. O-25-23 First Reader, 2. O-25-23 Amendment 1 - Savidge, 3. O-25-23 Legislative Summary, 4. O-25-23 & R-47-23 Fiscal Impact Note, 5. O-25-23 Staff Report, 6. O-25-23 Harbormaster Report on Kayak Racks, 7. R-47-23 First Reader
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Exception to Allow Public Kayak Rack Pilot Program - For the purpose of creating a City of Annapolis pilot program to allow a public kayak rack in a street-end city park located on the City's waterfront; changing Title 15 of the City Code to allow the pilot project; and generally dealing with the City's waterfront parks.
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CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Ordinance 25-23

Introduced by: Alderwoman Tierney
Co-sponsored by: Ald. Savidge

Referred to
Environmental Matters Committee

AN ORDINANCE concerning

Exception to Allow Public Kayak Rack Pilot Program

FOR the purpose of creating a City of Annapolis pilot program to allow a public kayak rack in a street-end city park located on the City's waterfront; changing Title 15 of the City Code to allow the pilot project; and generally dealing with the City's waterfront parks.

BY repealing and reenacting with amendments the following portions of the Code of the City of Annapolis, 2023 Edition
15.12.020

SECTION I: BE IT ESTABLISHED AND ORDAINED BY THE ANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL that the Code of the City of Annapolis shall be amended to read as follows:

Title 15 - HARBORS AND WATERFRONT AREAS
Chapter 15.12 - Distressed, sunken, damaged, disabled, neglected or abandoned vessels or property.
Section 15.12.020 - Leaving property or vessels on public docks, street endings or shores and private docks or shores without permission of the owner.

E. Except for vessels that are registered with the Harbormaster and which display a current sticker provided by the Harbormaster, no vessel may be berthed, beached or stored at any street ending, park dock, or upon any public shore for more than two consecutive nights, and no vessel may be stored at any street ending for more than ten nights in total per year.
F. Except for unpowered canoes and kayaks conforming to the provisions of Subsection E of this section, no vessel of more than twelve feet in length or twenty-five horsepower may be berthed, beached or left overn...

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