R.I. Superior Court: MOU between Champlin’s Marina, R.I. CRMC on dock expansion is legitimate

Updated at 8:31 a.m on Sept. 10, 2021.

R.I. SUPERIOR COURT Judge Jeffrey Lanphear ruled Thursday that the memorandum of understanding between the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council and Champlin’s Hotel, Marina & Resort regarding a proposed dockage expansion into Great Salt Pond in New Shoreham is valid. / COURTESY ERIK ELWELL
R.I. SUPERIOR COURT Judge Jeffrey Lanphear ruled Thursday that the memorandum of understanding between the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council and Champlin’s Hotel, Marina & Resort regarding a proposed dockage expansion into Great Salt Pond in New Shoreham is valid. / COURTESY ERIK ELWELL
PROVIDENCE – R.I. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Lanphear ruled Thursday that the memorandum of understanding between the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council and Champlin’s Hotel, Marina & Resort regarding a proposed dockage expansion into Great Salt Pond in New Shoreham is legitimate. Thursday’s ruling is another chapter in an 18-year battle between Block Island conservancy…

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