RV resort proposed for Intracoastal Waterway site

There are 4 comments on the Alabama Live story from Mar 5, 2012, titled RV resort proposed for Intracoastal Waterway site. In it, Alabama Live reports that:

Local developers seeking city approval to build a 110-lot RV resort next to a marina on the Intracoastal Waterway face tough opposition from the owners of the 66 adjoining acres and the 842 acres on the north side of Baldwin County 4. The Wakefield Plantation RV Resort & Marina project on 21 acres at the former Bon Secour Village marina site was ... (more)

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Give me a Break

Foley, AL

#1 Mar 5, 2012
Yea, we need more campgrounds and used-car lots down here. I would think that Foley would put a limit on the number of scuffy used-car lots that they allow along Rt. 59. Foley spends a fortune on beautification and at the same time allows a hundred used-car lots to litter the highway so that Foley looks like a juck yard for derilect clinkers. Do our Commissioners have bad eyes??
the truth

Helen, GA

#2 Mar 5, 2012
I'm guessing that used car lots provide lots of sales tax money for your county don't they? I'm guessing that used car lots provide jobs for salespeople, mechanics, detailers don't they? I'm guessing that those used car lots provide means for people to be able to drive back and forth to work don't they? If you hate the area that you live in so much then you should consider moving back to where you came from. Or is it that you just like to complain?
Give me a Break

Foley, AL

#3 Mar 5, 2012
I'm guessing that you lease a lot for a couple hundred dollars a month and go to an auction and buy a few junkers to put on the lot and make more money loaning money to buyers without any credit at a high interst rate than you do on the sales price of the car. I see that you are posting from Geaogia which is no surprise because that is just another redneck state without an ounce of class or any appreciation of acceptable standards of behavior.
FastFred

Foley, AL

#4 Mar 5, 2012
I understand what Give me a Break is saying,we spend money on beautification to draw the tourists in,than they drive down 59 and look at several car lots that are not what you would want tourists to see on there way to the Beach,they should force them to clean up and get organized or force them out,than put limits on how many car lots we are willing to have lining our streets.

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