Bowden: Private ownership threatens beaches
Escambia and Santa Rosa commissioners, buoyed by recent court decisions validating some taxes on Santa Rosa Island leaseholders, now want to reward deeds that could convert Pensacola and Navarre beaches into mostly private ownership.
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Since: Nov 10
#1 Dec 12, 2010
And the politicians wonder why their constituents are pissed. Why is it so dreadful to cut tangible waste from government spending instead of focusing on increasing revenue?
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