Boycott Boat Parade Ads Placed Throughout Southern California

STOP THE DOCK TAX TURNS OFF THE LIGHTS ON THE ANNUAL NEWPORT BEACH BOAT PARADE

Out of frustration with our city leaders failure to consult with us or sit down for a fair negotiation, we have placed ads in Southern California newspapers informing residents that the residential dock owners of Newport Harbor are protesting the Dock Tax by turning off our Holiday lights and pulling our boats out of this year’s Christmas Boat Parade.  Below is the press release and advertisement that will run in Saturday’s newspapers.
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR & ATTEND
SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO LEVY THE RESIDENTIAL DOCK TAX
Tuesday, December 11th
4:00 p.m.
Old Newport Beach City Hall
(they recently changed locations back to the Old City Hall)
3300 Newport Blvd.
Newport Beach

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Bob McCaffreyChairman,
Stop The Dock Tax
www.stopthedocktax.com Please check with our web site for the lastest information 

 

YARD SIGNS ARE AVAILABLE

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Call to arrange a time to pick up your Stop The Dock Tax sign.

Robin Lombardo
Waterfront Newport Beach, LLC
(formerly John Dominis Restaurant)
2901 W. Coast Hwy. Suite # 200
Newport Beach, CA. 92663
Cell: 949.293.9239

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  • Sufyan says:

    We had a fantastic hoidlay at Beachside during early September. The house was equipped with everything we needed a real home from home and was spotlessly clean. The location was perfect, being right on the beach but also a short walk to shops, cafes and a pub. The footbridge across the River Adur to Shoreham town is currently being replaced, but there is a regular shuttle bus in service. Thanks, Rae we can’t wait to go back! lablos

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