Should STEEL AWAY find another homeport?

Should STEEL AWAY find another homeport?

Created by Sees All Knows All on Dec 16, 2012

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Yes, time to move on.

No, we want them to stay.

Jimmy

Herndon, PA

#21 Jan 11, 2013
on the take wrote:
<quoted text>
I can prove when you take a crap on a boat you can do 1 of 3 things with it 1. dump it raw
2.dump it treated
3.hold for dump station.
Take a moment to read this.

http://sustainable-solutions.info/...
on the take

Herndon, PA

#22 Jan 11, 2013
Power Boating wrote:
If equipped with a Y-valves (also called
“cheater valves”) they also have the option of raw dumping outside of three miles or using a dump station inport.
so is that one of the choices I gave
dump it raw and that Y-VALVE has no idea if its 3 miles out or 3 miles up river
Crab Man

Saint Marys, GA

#23 Jan 11, 2013
Jimmy wrote:
<quoted text>
Take a moment to read this.
http://sustainable-solutions.info/...
Way to complicated. Piss over the side and sh*t in a bucket.
on the take

Herndon, PA

#24 Jan 11, 2013
Jimmy wrote:
<quoted text>
Take a moment to read this.
http://sustainable-solutions.info/...
Okay I took time to read it and if you will read it READ step #2
IT IS LEAGAL TO DUMP!!!!OFFSHORE!!!!!. So all this is is treated sewage.
If this toilet eats crap I say we put one in every house and do away with sewage dept. with the city.
Simplistic dolt

Cumming, GA

#25 Jan 11, 2013
Accountant wrote:
<quoted text> If the Steel Away pays the city the fair amount for using city property and city services good, otherwise hit the road. What he spends at downtown shops don't count. Pay the city, the rest of us tax payers don't want to support a boating free loader.
The same argument was put forth dealing with The Jumping Place, ie the money it's patrons spent in town didn't matter, the business itself needed to pay the city for use of city owned property.

Insurance expense and the city's liability were the arguments the city put forth. I'm not sure, but if they used that argument with one business, and not another, that's probably leaving the city wide arse open to a discrimination lawsuit. Just sayin'.
on the take

Herndon, PA

#26 Jan 11, 2013
The council is letting the boat sit docked at city dock giving them water no insurane running charters for profit.
Has a full-time city employee(Roger Weaver) spend time tryin to see how it benifits te city.

As taxpayers, we should see if it was to benifit the city as a whole. ROGER would not have to spend all this time on it.

Common Sense

Kingsland, GA

#27 Jan 11, 2013
You people really need to get a life.
Simplistic dolt

Cumming, GA

#28 Jan 11, 2013
on the take wrote:
The council is letting the boat sit docked at city dock giving them water no insurane running charters for profit.
Has a full-time city employee(Roger Weaver) spend time tryin to see how it benifits te city.
As taxpayers, we should see if it was to benifit the city as a whole. ROGER would not have to spend all this time on it.
Unless the city did the same research with The Jumping Place before they started charging them an increased fee, it's a prima facie case of discrimination. What makes it even more egregious, the airport doesn't cost the city anything and has never cost the city anything, other than legal fees due to the City Council's incompentence. The FAA and user fees pay for the expenses at the airport. The city has to come out of it's own pocket to maintain the docks and waterfront.

I'm decidedly pro-small business and sympathetic to fellow entrepreneurs, but the city needs to be equitable and treat everyone the same.
on the take

Herndon, PA

#29 Jan 11, 2013
Im for small busiess also,and I know that anyother buisness hasto have a million dollar insurance policy with the city as policy holder.Yet Roger Weaver will do anyting he can to be liked by blow boaters
miami

Saint Marys, GA

#30 Jan 11, 2013
the boaters at the waterfront pay taxes.i don t see any fishing boats stuck in the marsh. its the sail boats that have trashed up are river.we don t need any more sunk boats in the marsh.there should be no boat in harbor for more than 24 hours.
Power Boater

Saint Marys, GA

#31 Jan 11, 2013
Those martini drinking light in the loafers land lubbers should turn in their blow boats for salvage before more are left abandoned along our waterways.
miami

Saint Marys, GA

#32 Jan 11, 2013
50k .how much of that is water bill? or docking fee?
yesterday and today

United States

#33 Jan 11, 2013
on the take wrote:
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From what place,John has told me in the past he lives off a fixed income from Social Security.
I am willing to bet he does not make 50k a year from that.
If he is spending that kind of money whats wrong with paying 6.00 a foot per month to dock.
If the city is willing to give free water and trash to everyone that spends a few bucks,I'm sure a few more will want free water and trash service.
List the stores he spent 50k in this city and dont say Rockys out at boatyard I know better
Do you think the man ever owned a business ans saved some money? Just how did the boat get built on Social security. You are an idiot.
miami

Saint Marys, GA

#34 Jan 11, 2013
maybe i can park all 5 of my boats at the gillman boathouse dock ?
on the take

Herndon, PA

#35 Jan 11, 2013
I may be an idiot but Im not a freeloading idiot.
If he has all this money from his past business whats the problem with him paying the city the same rate LANGS charges?
I dont know if he ever owned one or not.If he did own a buisness ask him how many customers would he want when they cost him money to have them as customers.
I think Ive seen a welder in the back of his truck so lets assume he had a welding shop.How long would it take for him to run off a person that hung around and just cost him money everyday. would he run them off or just keep losing money.
AND why is a person an idiot because they disagree with you?
I think you are a idiot because you want the city to give this man something for free and we the taxpayers has to pay for his freeloading.
Insurgent Tax Payer

United States

#36 Jan 11, 2013
I have a boat. Can I dock at the City Owned Gilman Yacht Club?

Can anyone else? Why the Steal Away? Why not me? I actually live, pay taxes and vote in St Marys. Where does the Steal Away owners live, pay taxes and vote?
miami

Saint Marys, GA

#37 Jan 11, 2013
park it in the river behind osprey cove thy have bathrooms and fresh water!
on the take

Herndon, PA

#38 Jan 11, 2013
miami wrote:
maybe i can park all 5 of my boats at the gillman boathouse dock ?
By the St.Marys yacht club power boats owners dont bring money into this town.
miami

Saint Marys, GA

#39 Jan 11, 2013
on the take wrote:
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By the St.Marys yacht club power boats owners dont bring money into this town.
thy need to look at the dnr statistics.450 million.
on the take

Herndon, PA

#40 Jan 12, 2013
miami wrote:
<quoted text> thy need to look at the dnr statistics.450 million.
By DNR stats camden county gets 260,000 from !!!OUT OF COUNTY!!!
fishermen is rhat tourist?
By same stats locals fishermen is 275,000 a year.
AND look what they did to the old baitshop downtown only one to carry kingfish bait when the tournament was here.
Hell come to think of it they need to try to get him away from crooked river and get him back in town.

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