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The Dana Point Boaters Association is a California Not-For-Profit IRC §501(c)(4) Corporation. The Association intends to be a permanent organization/association within Dana Point Harbor now and in the years to come. While the Association focuses on many issu... more.
Dana Point Boaters Association - About Our Association's Mission, Vision, Values, Objectives, Directors
JamesLenthall, Vice-President, contact James at: James Lenthall
Don't ask James about his first visit to Dana Point Harbor - he was barely a year old. He moved with his family to Dana Point in 1971 and has quite literally grown up with our beloved harbor. His family has had boats in the harbor almost continuously since it opened, and James was raised in the boating lifestyle and developed an early respect and love for the ocean, boating and our harbor which continues to this day. James lives in Dana Point with his wife Stephanie and two young boys - Carsen and Riley - who he is raising with the same love and respect for the ocean and our harbor; his boys are members of the DPYC youth sailing program, and Carsen races his sabot for the DPYC youth sailing team. James has been deeply and passionately involved in the harbor revitalization project since 2006, was elected to the DPBA board of directors in 2011, and strives to protect and promote our Dana Point boating culture. Dr. Jim Lenthall, contact James at: Dr. Jim Lenthall
Dana Point Boaters Association - Contacts Information For DPBA, OC DPH, County of Orange, City of Dana Point
James Lenthall, Vice-President, contact James at: James Lenthall
Dr. Jim Lenthall, contact James at: Dr. Jim Lenthall
Dana Point Boaters Association Vice President James Lenthall said that local governments' lack of funds to conduct the project makes the decision to pursue the harbor redevelopment through a P3 "a near certainty," reported the Dana Point Times.
"If we wait for OC Dana Point Harbor reserves to accumulate enough to fund reconstruction of our marinas, following reinvestment in the landside portion of the project, we've been told to expect a wait of 10 years or longer (our math says much longer). And the sorts of developers that will qualify for this project will have built quality marinas around the country, perhaps around the world. We're likely to get new docks and related infrastructure to rival some of the finest marinas that we envy when visiting other harbors. So, decent docks in 10 years or more or first-rate docks in two to three years? Lenthall said in a written message to association members.
"It's plainly obvious we have a problem," said James Lenthall with the Dana Point Boaters Association.
"Their population has been increasing in the last few weeks to months; it comes and goes. More recently, there have been a lot more of them around." Sea Lions gathered on the back of a boat. Inflatables air dancers have been installed on the docks to keep the sea lions away. Photo: Courtesy of James Lenthall Sea Lions gathered on the back of a boat. Inflatables air dancers have been installed on the docks to keep the sea lions away. Photo: Courtesy of James Lenthall Lenthall said boat owners are often finding the sea lions on boats' swim steps and on the boat docks. He added he and other Dana Point boaters know how difficult it can be to shoo the animals away. "Sea lions are not very cooperative when you want to move them," Lenthall said. "It's not perfectly effective," Lenthall said.
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The Log ~ BREAKING NEWS: The Log Corrects Quote by James Lenthall, DPBA Vice-President from Dana Point City Council CDP Appeal Hearing