AG urges R.I. Supreme Court to reject Block Island marina expansion approval

ATTORNEY GENERAL PETER F. NERONHA filed a memorandum with the R.I. Supreme Court urging the court to reject the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council's approval of a request by Champlin's Marina to expand its dock further into Block Island's Great Salt Pond. / COURTESY ERIK ELWELL
NEW SHOREHAM – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha’s office is urging the R.I. Supreme Court to reject the Coastal Resources Management Council’s approval of a request by Champlin’s Marina and Resort to expand its dockage 156 feet into the Great Salt Pond. The dock extension would add about 150 slips to the Block Island shoreline…

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