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Saratoga Lake marina owners object to fee idea

Proposal to be subject to public hearings

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Boat registration fees and dock regulations for Saratoga Lake proposed earlier this summer are getting a frigid reception. “There’s a lot of angry people out there,” said Tom Carringi, owner of Point Breeze Marina on Route 9P. “It’s not going to work, it will hurt business, it will hurt real estate,” he said. All the marinas around the five-mile-long recreational lake are opposed to the boat permit fees and dock regulations, as are most of ...


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joseph4700
September 7, 2012
4:13 a.m.

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Another LAW(s)another TAX(s). That is what your new purposal for boat fees and dock fees is. Another TAX. Now you need people to collect fees go out and measure boats, docks. RIGHT OF WAYS If you could of or do have. There is nothing wrong with the present way the State of New York collect motor vehicle BOATS AND TRAILERS fees. Now another fee. How about we have a fee for each person who sit in a dental chair or buys a loaf of bread or gallon of gass. Drop this purposal we have enough law and regulations already. VOTE NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. It's everyones lake. As a property owner and Marina owner on Saratoga Lake it is not in the best interest of us to put more restrictions and taxes or fees on us. We pay $.50 a thousand on our taxes assesment now. DROP THIS CRAZY IDEA. VOTE NO now for

joseph4700
September 7, 2012
4:16 a.m.

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My name is Joseph J. DiDonna Sr. Co owner of South Shore Marina and property owner on Saratoga Lake. I love our lake. I VOTE NO So should everyone else.

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