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Re: Not one nice Marina from Trenton to Essington, Pa
For a marina, i do not see dredging as a "luxury". I would argue it is a necessity.
Given the extraordinarily high cost of dredging, difficult permitting process, and substantial risk of trying to overcome the forces of nature, most smart investors would prefer to find somewhere else to build a marina. You can buy a lot of land and build a very nice facility for the cost of a single dredging - and you'd have to repeat the dredging every few years, vs. the one-time costs of building elsewhere.
Fox's Grove has plenty of water, friendly neighbors, and a nice party pavilion. What's wrong with it?
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2001 Catalina 34MkII Breakin' Away (at Rock Hall Landing Marina)
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