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News stories tagged with "jet-ski"

New "Lighter" Jet-skis Introduced

A quieter, less-polluting personal watercraft is expected to hit show-room floors in February or March. The new machine is the first of several being manufactured in response to criticism of the small, fast boats. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham has more.  Go to full article

Proposed Power Boat Ban Divides Neighbors

Neighbors in the Adirondacks are divided on a proposal to ban motorboats on ten lakes and rivers. Brian Mann reports on the competing visions of recreation.  Go to full article

No Jetski Curfew in St. Lawrence County Town of Pierrepont

Jetski users will still have their way on the Hannawa Falls Reservoir in St. Lawrence County. The Town of Pierrepont Board voted unanimously against a 6 pm to 9 am curfew for the machines. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

No Jetski Curfew in St. Lawrence County Town of Pierrepont

Jetski users will still have their way on the Hannawa Falls Reservoir in St. Lawrence County. The Town of Pierrepont Board voted unanimously against a 6 pm to 9 am curfew for the machines. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Jetski Curfews in St. Lawrence County Divide Neighbors

Last year, New York's legislature gave towns the right to regulate jetski use on their home waters—now personal watercraft rules are an issue from lake to lake—David Sommerstein reports on a proposed "curfew" on one St. Lawrence County pond.  Go to full article

Jetski Curfews in St. Lawrence County Divide Neighbors

Last year, New York's legislature gave towns the right to regulate jetski use on their home waters—now personal watercraft rules are an issue from lake to lake—David Sommerstein reports on a proposed "curfew" on one St. Lawrence County pond.  Go to full article

National Park Service Assesses Jet-Ski Damage

The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham reports the National Park Service will be watching this summer to see if jet-skis damage the environment at parks where they're still allowed.  Go to full article

National Park Service Assesses Jet-Ski Damage

The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham reports the National Park Service will be watching this summer to see if jet-skis damage the environment at parks where they're still allowed.  Go to full article

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