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Florida marina owner seeks deal with city

Officials will once again try to work out an agreement with a local businessman who wants to open a marina near downtown Flagler Beach in Florida.

The City Commission will consider settling a long flap with marina owner Howard Sklar, who is suing Flagler Beach over laws he says make it impossible for him to operate his marina, which has been empty for years. Some commissioners say they want him to reopen the marina, but not the way he intends to run it.

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