A draft management plan seeking to mitigate impacts to eel grass and other wildlife in Tomales Bay proposes a limit to the number of moorings and the removal of “illegal and improperly placed moorings.” David Briggs

A new management plan proposed last week could dramatically change boating on Tomales Bay.

Most if not all boats currently on the bay are allowed there on the basis of a gentleman’s agreement; because the bay is overseen by seven different agencies, to properly permit a vessel would require more red tape than any boat owner . . .