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Posted: 11/19/21 12:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Oregon needs more State Parks - the ones we have are always filled. And those from out of state who complain their is a minor surcharge - vote with your feet.


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ksg5000 wrote:

Oregon needs more State Parks - the ones we have are always filled. And those from out of state who complain their is a minor surcharge - vote with your feet.


Agree100%, they are expanding a couple looking at the document. The North Campground at Silver Falls should be a win. Cape Lookout sounds like they plan to rebuild it on higher ground to avoid the erosion that they have been fighting.


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ksg5000 wrote:

And those from out of state who complain their is a minor surcharge - vote with your feet.


That's pretty much the only vote they have - since they can't vote in Oregon.

Here in San Antonio, our local politicians have the same attitude with hotel taxes and fees: Soak the tourists, since they can't vote!

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As a visitor from the free states I found Oregon a lot less oppressive than Washington tho we only spent a few days in WA vs most of September in OR.


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Skibane wrote:

ksg5000 wrote:

And those from out of state who complain their is a minor surcharge - vote with your feet.


That's pretty much the only vote they have - since they can't vote in Oregon.

Here in San Antonio, our local politicians have the same attitude with hotel taxes and fees: Soak the tourists, since they can't vote!


Likely doesn’t hold a candle to the Hotel taxes in NYC!

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