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The Yacht Club is investing money in order to make money. Unless Marco's unfriendly image to boaters is changed, the new docks may not attract visiting boaters. The anchoring ordinance case has created a terrible reputation among boaters for Marco in the entire Western Hemisphere! The City, after it's appeal is rejected should take steps to mend it's fences with this important section of the public. Trotter should go live on a golf course where he can complain about the little white round things. If the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers approval is needed, don't you think it will certainly be obtained before construction?
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