Maine marina garners Clean Marina designation

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The Saxton family of Dolphin Marina and Restaurant in South Harpswell, Maine, recently celebrated the completion of construction in the first phase of major renovations to the facility and their designation as a Maine Clean Marina.

"This environmental initiative, protecting our coastal waterways, educating our visitors and making a significant investment in becoming a Clean Marina, is something we strongly believe in and are committed to," owner Bill Saxton said in a statement.

Participation in the Maine Clean Boatyards & Marinas Program is voluntary, with participating companies signing a pledge, completing a self assessment and inviting an independent verification team to inspect the facility.

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