ltgoshen, I'm not only from the South, I'm a Daughter of the Confederacy, my 3d Great-Grandfather fought for States' Rights.
Nevertheless, I see no difference between someone squatting in a public park and a derelict boat owner squatting on a public waterway. If you care to stick to the question, I'm still looking for an answer to 'what is the difference?'
Yeeea, like I said, go back and read the thread. This story is not about derelict boats or squatters.I live in this city and have for many years. I have a boat and pay for a slip at a near by facility. This issue and complaint about a contractor of a city dock taking a mooring field for profit from the citizens for profit.
if all you had to say is there should be no abandoned boats then I would be inclined to agree with your statement. However, that's not what you said.
How cool "So did my Grand Father"
MCDANIEL, DAVID - CO. G, 49TH GA. INFANTRY Born in
1821 in Laurens County, probably a son of David and
Elizabeth Bracewell McDaniel. Married Nancy
__________. Discharged on May 1, 1862 due to
disability. RCS 5-259, Mid 1800 People, p. 30.