Full performance shall commence January 1, 2021 and shall run through December 31, 2023. Contract may be extended in writing by mutual consent.
The Town will pay the CC Yacht Center on a monthly basis. The funding will include:
Fuel Sales – 60 cents per gallon
Dockage & Wharfage – 40% of Gross Receipts
Electricity Sales – 20% of Gross Receipts
Lease Storage – 30% of Gross Receipts
The basic statement of work includes all labor, office supplies and incidental materials to manage and operate the Town Harbor, including routine maintenance and repairs. Supplies and materials not reimbursed by the Owner will remain the property of the Contractor. The harbor includes 95 slips, 4 THeads, 1,200 feet of side-to dock space, pump out facility, bath house, office, public restrooms, dock side and street side fueling system, boat landing, and parking lots, all within the harbor.
Not everyone is on board. During public comments, waterman Dan Wivell voiced concerns that the idea was not thought through, and there was no real data to back any of this up.
On social media, one reader commented, “The harbor is not losing money… So why are we giving it away? The harbor has sold 20,000 gallons of fuel more than last year already… There is something shady going on here… I still can’t figure out why a town would want to give away it’s only harbor… It doesn’t make sense for the community at large whatsoever.”