CRT apparently going to deal harshly with people who moor inappropriately. Using byelaws ? Is this a first for CRT? Actually using byelaws for what they are there for. Should we be celebrating? I think so.
They even claim that they (CRT) will be relieving persistent offenders of their licenses so it sounds like they mean business at least on the cut ie non PRN waterways.
I wonder just what could have prompted this sudden concern at C&RT HQ over badly moored boats ?
Complaints about badly moored craft I believe.
It will be interesting to see the outcome ie if anyone in fact does get properly enforced against.
Intriguing plan anyway.
Possibly using this byelaw:
Vessels to be properly moored 28. Any vessel (other than a dredger or other vessel engaged in works of maintenance of the canal) moored at any wharf or elsewhere in any canal shall be securely moored head and stern with good and sufficient ropes or other efficient apparatus and shall be laid as close to and along the side or front of such wharf or other mooring place as conveniently may be and shall be moored in such a manner and in such a position as not to cause any obstruction to the navigation of other vessels.
Note the "other than" indicating that CRT workboats are exempt.
loddon: Thanks for the confirmation, I am thinking of changing tablets because of the cough but maybe I wont
Mar 31, 2020 13:07:45 GMT
JohnV: There are other drugs but I haven't found the side effects with Ramipril to be bad, it seems to just make my throat a bit more sensitive so things that might have just tickled my throat and make me want to clear it now make me cough.
Mar 31, 2020 13:58:31 GMT
loddon: The cough is the only one I get from ramipril, although the combinatins of drugs I am on has interesting effects.
Apr 1, 2020 15:56:47 GMT