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CPW asking Lake Pueblo North Shore Marina boaters for contact info

North Shore Marina at Lake Pueblo
North Shore Marina at Lake Pueblo

PUEBLO, Colo. (KRDO) -- The North Shore Marina on Lake Pueblo had its power cut off unexpectedly on Sept. 28.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) said the marina was dangerously out of compliance with the National Electrical Code, which governs electrical wiring standards nationwide, according to a preliminary report by an independent electrician hired to review the marina’s wiring system.

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The owner and operator of the North Shore Marina, Connie Jack believes it will cost millions of dollars to fix the electricity. She told KRDO she does not see the power coming on anytime soon.

CPW said they want to keep all boaters who rent slips at or use the North Shore Marina up to date on the status of the marina. The agency said to do that, they need contact info.

If you would like the latest info on the North Shore Marina from CPW, you can fill out the Google Form at this link: North Shore Marina slip renters

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