Row Row Row Your Boat in Marquette

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Dan Adamini - In The Right Mind - Featured - Rant

Dan Adamini – In The Right Mind – Featured – Rant

Marquette, MI - April 5, 2014 – U.P. Community Rowing Club Needs a Boathouse in Marquette

 Many of us have seen the long boats on the lower harbor in Marquette. I love to watch them cut through the water, and so do many others. The U.P. Community Rowing Club would like to build a boathouse where their very expensive boats could be stored, and where they could meet. Recently, the Marquette City Commission approved the request and the permitting process has begun.

The building seems to be designed well, being built into the side of a hill with an observation deck. This implies that you may not see the building from the road or bike path, which is great (Don’t you wish the Founder’s Landing People were that considerate?)

A group is now circulating an on-line petition to stop the construction. It asks the city commission to withdraw its support. The plan is reasonable to me, and I personally wouldn’t sign it. All I ask of anyone who is considering taking a side on this issue… is to get all the facts first. Then you’ll be in your RIGHT MIND!

Dan Adamini – In the Right Mind

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One Response to Row Row Row Your Boat in Marquette

  1. Dan-

    it’s real basic – private entity, public property.

    maybe this could be a new city business development model?

    Private entities could put up their buildings in public parks all over the city!

    Come on, Dan.

    Mike Beck
    June 9, 2014 at 5:47 am
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