Marco Island resident David Dumas challenged the Marco Island Waterways and Boating Safety Ordinance by anchoring his motor yacht Kinship, shown above, within the 300-foot anchoring limit in Smokehouse Bay near The Esplanade on Jan. 18. He was cited by a Marco Island Police Department marine officer. A judge set a March 23 trial date at 1:30 p.m. in Collier County Court.

Photo by Ed Bania, Eagle staff

Marco Island resident David Dumas challenged the Marco Island Waterways and Boating Safety Ordinance by anchoring his motor yacht Kinship, shown above, within the 300-foot anchoring limit in Smokehouse Bay near The Esplanade on Jan. 18. He was cited by a Marco Island Police Department marine officer. A judge set a March 23 trial date at 1:30 p.m. in Collier County Court.

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