The boat launch on the Huron River opened Monday with a ceremony that included a ribbon cutting and the Ohio Division of Wildlife color guard.
I'm just guessing, but I'll bet the man on the other side of the bridge, who makes his living charging a small ramp fee, will be out of work. You can stand on his dock and see the new ramp.
They (government) say we shouldn't fear competition, and that we can compete with foreigh (wages?) How is this man supposed to compete with a zero fee ramp?
The Feds and State made the little guy on the other side of the street pay TAX's which was USED AGAINST HIM!
HIS TAX'S BUILT THAT NEW RAMP and now he's going to have to shut down.
Liberals do this, they say pay your tax or go to prision, then they use it against you or give it away to those who didn't work for it.
This is a great ramp, best around. It will bring boaters and fishermen from farther away to the area! I've personally used it and the setup is great. The Huron Police did a safety check on my boat while i was putting in too, i'll be back.
My understanding is that this man was made an offer more than once to purchase his land in years past and rejected the offers. This was long before the plans for this ramp were even considered. He had his chance. He gambled and lost.
Gen. labor, production work, industrial, painter, operator
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