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Middle Level Commissioners set licence fee for boaters to use their waterways




Boaters wanting to enjoy many of Fenland's waterways face paying fees and tougher enforcement, despite pleas from local MP Steve Barclay to reconsider the plans.

Middle Level Commissioners (MLC), which is one of the four largest navigation authorities in the country looking after over 100 miles of navigable waterways in this area, agreed to introduce charges for boats at a meeting of its navigation advisory committee (NAC) yesterday (Tuesday).

The NAC was set up to look at the future plans for the management of the MLC's water systems and also the future cost of licensing for boat owners.



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