The Boston Conservation Commission will hold a public enforcement hearing on the conditions of the Shipyard Quarters Marina in the Charlestown Navy Yard on Wednesday, Dec. 12 at City Hall.
The hearing was originally scheduled for Nov. 9 but was pushed back to Nov. 28 and then to Dec. 12 because of Hurricane Sandy. Martin Oliner, the owner of Shipyard Quarters Marina, is the mayor of the village of Lawrence on New York’s Long Island—an area hit hard by the storm, according to Danielle Valle Fitzgerald, neighborhood coordinator for the Boston Mayor’s Office.
The hearing will look at the current conditions and plans for remediation of the marina, which operates off Pier 8, as well as Pier 6, which is also owned by Oliner and houses Tavern on the Water and the charter boat company Come Sail Away Now.
The Dec. 12 Conservation Commission meeting is open to the public and is tentatively scheduled for 6 p.m. in City Hall Room 801.