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Sarabeth, I don't think you know the Gober's VERY well. First, only one of Stans sons is married and she lives in North Carolina. The other two have "ex-wives" who have nothing to do with the restaurant. Secondly, Stan paid a weekly fee to the owner of the lot across the street for patrons to park there, up until he finally bought the lot. Also, I don't know where your information comes from, but his son only mullet fished for a very short time and only supplied a couple hundred pounds of mullet for a few festivals. Primarily he was a charter boat captain. It is a fact that this week Stan bought 2,000 pounds of mullet from local fisherman for the festival and has done so every year. Three local mullet fisherman were also hired to cook the fish this weekend. As for what Stan has done for the village of Goodland, he worked alongside with the Goodland Civic Association to get the water tank so they didn't have to truck water in from Marco. He also is responsible for the street lights on Goodland and you can thank him for being able to watch your favorite tv show on cable. I have personally seen Stan donate "yankee dollars" to residents of Goodland for various reasons. He is a kind man with a heart larger than all of Goodland and is very proud to call Goodland his home.
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