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Association of Marina Industries elects board of directors

The Association of Marina Industries elected its 2019 officers and directors at the annual International Marina and Boatyard Conference, held Jan, 23-25 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Joe Riley, a certified marina manager, was reappointed chairman. Chris Petty, of Suntex Waterfront Management, remains as vice chair. Chris Dolan, of Marina Electrical Equipment, is secretary, and John Swick, certified marina manager of Safe Harbor Marinas, is treasurer.

AMI named two new members to the board for three-year terms: Steve Linton, of Pikes Bay Marina, and Bill Young, of Morningstar Properties.

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