Calendar of Events
May 20 ~ Martin County BDB Postcast (See below)
May 31 ~ MIATC Election Closes – Paid Members! you should have received an email with the link to vote!
June 1 ~ MIATC Board Meeting
July 25 ~ Treasure Coast Waterway Clean up
Happy Boaters Safety Week!
With National Safe Boating Week and the release of the 2019 Boating Accident Statistical Report, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) encourages boaters to focus on simple, effective steps that make boating safer. If you plan to enjoy our beautiful waterways, check out for boating safety tips. Safety is never optional!
Who Doesn’t Want Notepads with YOUR Logo?!
Notice of Meeting/Workshop Hearing
Department: Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Subject: The purpose of the meeting is exchange of information and fact finding, to solicit input from stakeholders to the agency and its federal partners in evaluating current issues concerning the manatee. The public can attend the meeting; however, space is limited. This meeting will be structured. Limited public comments will be taken.
Location: Conference Call and Adobe Connect
Vote For You Favorite Harbor on the Treasure Coast!
Online voting for the “Best Harbor in the U.S. 2020” is now open!
Voting will end on May 31st and the winners will be announced on Thursday, June 4th. The winning harbor, and the top 3 runners-up, receive special plaques commemorating their win.
Additionally, US Harbors throws a special event for the overall winner, with gifts for their community, and media coverage.
MIATC Board of Directors
Director: Tom Whittington of Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales
Director: Gary Guertin
of Coastal Angler – Treasure Coast/Bahamas
Director: Thomas O’Brien of Chapman Marine Supply
Director: Bruce Grout of Sovereign Yacht Sales
Director: Butch Olsen
of Pt. Salerno Commercial Fishing Dock Authority
Director: Don Green of Don Green Electric
Director: Chris Dempsey of Sailfish Point Marina
Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Intersection of AICW/Okeechobee Waterway