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- $500 per vessel. Wow! That's a incomprehensible amount. I agree with "I don't mind being regulated, but I think it should be on a per-launch basis," McFarland said. "We don't use those boats every day, especially during the off-season.". Makes more sense to
- What's disappointing is that all facts didn't come out at the meeting like sea grass and mangrove were examined over the summer and showed no damage and was better than in years past. No environmental impact from kayaking at all , also there has been no reported police violation in over four years at that park ,safest park in the city.There are no problems at the park . Now the kayak tour company's will have to pay ridicules fees which will be passed on to our visitors from all over the world . This should have been handled by a third party who didn't have a vested interest in the outcome.
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School of rock
Fans cheered on their favorite bands Saturday at Rock for a Cause.
A budding partnership
Local Kiwanis clubs joined forces to help break ground on a butterfly garden and new information center for Community Haven for Adults and Children with Disabilities.
Walk this way
With less than a month until Election Day, Rhana Bazzini, left, has decided she’s had enough with current campaign financing.