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 Posted: Tue Mar 30th, 2021 03:27 pm
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Ronman
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Grayhaven Update:

Here is the status of Grayhaven State Harbor, information is from the March 2021 Capital Outlay Report:
Project is on time and within budget.
We are waiting on the CPR to be approved. It was submitted on 11/18/2020
Status is now at Pre-RFP.
$1,000,000 allocated for FY21, for design and development of a new BAS at the marina.
Design to include paved parking for car and trailers, paved roads, lighting, launch ramp, sidewalks, and landscaping.
Design is for phases 400 and 500.

Once approval is received.
An RFP will be issued by DTMB, with project scope. This will be a 1 to 2 month process.
Scope will only be for design of the facility. This may not include estimated construction costs. Actual costs won’t be available until the project is bid for construction and a contractor awarded the project.
Unless there is money held for this project to go into the construction phase in FY21, it will move to FY22, where it will compete statewide for funding. This is dependent on how high a priority it is, in comparison to other statewide projects.

If it is chosen for funding in FY 22
RFP for construction will be issued by DTMB. After project is approved through the CPR process.
Bids will arrive approximately 1 month after RFP sent out.
Project awarded to the winner, between 1 week and 1 month. Construction costs will determine if the site needs to be constructed in phases.
Project team will look at the timing for construction. Could be immediate or later if it would interfere with operations.

If everything was perfect, meaning funding, low water conditions, approvals made quickly, and bid awarded, there could be a usable site in FY 23. The earliest would-be late FY 22. The latest would-be FY 24 or 25, depending on funding.

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 Posted: Wed Mar 31st, 2021 09:57 am
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TIM-MAY
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Yep, there are also rumblings that some kind of upgrade may happen at St. Jeans. I am trying to find out specifics.

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 Posted: Thu Apr 1st, 2021 03:15 am
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In terms of updates:
Selfridge Boating Access Site (BAS) – The DNR recently completed the 3rd and final phase.
Clinton River Cut-Off BAS – This improvement project, which includes the relocation of the launch, is at the 50% stage of engineering. No schedule has been finalized for that project.
Harley Ensign Memorial BAS – The DNR worked on design plans for a ramp replacement in around 2019, however high water improved the launching there, and therefore that project is on hold.
Belle Isle – The DNR finished a study in late 2019 to assess existing and potential boating access site locations along the northern Detroit River (including Belle Isle) It was determined that Grayhaven State Harbor (also known as Grayhaven Marina) would be a viable location to consider for a boating access site. Due to operational and enforcement concerns, Belle Isle was not considered for a future development. Currently funding is in place to retain the services of a design professional to develop plans for a site at Grayhaven. No schedule has been identified for that project.

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 Posted: Thu Sep 16th, 2021 02:17 pm
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New member. Looking to go out fishing with other members., 30 year navy vet. Willing to share expenses and to fill any role on the boat crew to learn more about fishing. Thanks! Greg wells(586)703-8613

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