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Eric Endersby

Harbor Director

City of Morro Bay

HQ Phone:  (805) 772-6200

Direct Phone: (805) ***-****direct phone

Email: e***@***.us

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City of Morro Bay

595 HARBOR ST

Morro Bay, California,93442

United States

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harbormaster.org

Eric Endersby, Chairman
eendersby@morro-bay.ca.us


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SECRETARY: Morro Bay Harbor


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calcoastnews.com [cached]

On Thursday, Harbor Department Director Eric Endersby delivered a report to the Harbor Board on the alleged misuse of funds.
"It's been reported to State Lands, and State Lands has an investigation," Endersby said. Endersby said Thursday that the Community Development Fund pertains to power plant impacts on infrastructure, sewer and water. He also said that the city's interpretation of the Community Development Fund payment is that the money does not need to go to the harbor, but he would gladly accept it if it did. "It would be great if I could get $500,000 for each of the last 10 years," Endersby said. "I don't think it's going to happen." In recent years, harbor facilities have degraded, and the city has delayed repairs and upgrades. The North T Pier has broken support beams and needs significant repair in order to meet code requirements. Basic repairs cost more than $400,000, and the city has been discussing making them for six or seven years, Endersby said.


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