Read Ron Gilson’s Letter To the Editor in Today’s Gloucester Daily Times

October 1, 2012

Letter: City’s harbor vision out of focus

Gloucester Daily Times

To the editor:

Why is the city of Gloucester, its Waterways Board and some elected officials “hell bent” on establishing a municipal recreational boat “floating marina” in the middle of our harbor in direct competition with existing private, commercial marinas?

For the entire Letter click here

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5 Responses to Read Ron Gilson’s Letter To the Editor in Today’s Gloucester Daily Times

  1. Kim Smith says:

    Great letter Ron and thank you Joey for once again shining a spotlight on commentators like Ron, whose voices provide logical and thoughtful solutions to Gloucester’s waterfront issues.

  2. edacollard says:

    Thanks Ron, for a well thought out and written letter.

  3. John McElhenny says:

    I love learning from smart, thoughtful longtime residents like Ron. I have Ron’s book, “An Island No More,” on my bedside table and read it at night. (I just saw a 1940s picture of Capt. Joe Ciaramitaro the other night!) It’s a great read.

  4. Rob Hall says:

    How do we get the DPA lifted? Does anyone really still think it is a good idea?

  5. shew says:

    great letter thank you for sharing!

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