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I would like to know who removed the original cleats, was permission to remove the cleats sought, of whom, by whom and if not the cleats should be restored and whoever removed them brought to account. This is an ugly dispute, it is anti-fisherman and anti-Greystones, a village that always had its small fleet of fishermen.
Good luck to the fishermen. I’m not particularly into pleasure boating OR fishing – love the sea but from dry land!! I do honestly believe that any port around the country (and beyond such as UK, Greece, Spain …) is far more charming and attractive for everybody with fishing activity going on. Greystones harbour, as it is, is charmless and soulless. I find all the yachts jammed together in their reserved area quite vulgar, exclusive and ugly. Opening up the area to the fishermen might alleviate the blandness a little. Closing the pier off with a gate is outrageous and offensive to the town – a “closed-off pier” was never envisaged. Let people who want to fish fish and people who want to walk the pier walk!