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Busted-up boat is an immovable object

The home in the waterfront community of Gulf Harbors in Port Richey, Fla., bears many of the standard hallmarks of a home in foreclosure - a broken porch light, warped garage door and soggy newspapers on the porch.

But it also has a sunken 38-foot yacht tied to a smashed-up dock.

The case of My Way, a Pacemaker boat with little hope of being revived, has shown just how hard it can be to get a broken-down vessel towed away when no one lays claim to it - and no government agency says it has the power or money to move it.

"I'm frustrated as all get-out," said Pasco Commission chairwoman Ann Hildebrand, who lives in Gulf Harbors.

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