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Letters: Make boaters follow parking rules at ramps

Policing boat ramp parking could benefit Port Richey by generating income while ensuring access for other boaters.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times (2004)

Policing boat ramp parking could benefit Port Richey by generating income while ensuring access for other boaters.

Make boaters park by the rules

On Aug. 30, I went to go boating before the Labor Day mad house. I tried to put in my boat at Nick's Park in Port Richey at 10 a.m. To our dismay two pickup trucks with trailers had taken two parking spots for their vehicles. There were no spots to park.

Port Richey, want to make some revenue? How about patrolling the park during the weekends and giving these people a nice ticket for their arrogance. There isn't enough docking/parking spaces as it is without selfish people hogging up two spaces.

Lois E. Robinson, New Port Richey

Now not time to increase gas tax

There is a hard drive to raise the gasoline tax five cents per gallon. Considering the economic situation, I think this is a horrid action.

Ralph H. Malick, Zephyrhills

Get details on election process

With the appointment of Mike Fasano as tax collector for Pasco County, House District 36 in western Pasco County is without representation in Tallahassee and early voting began Saturday for the Sept. 17 Republican primary. The special general election is Oct. 15.

To verifying your voting eligibility and to order a vote-by-mail ballot visit pascovotes.com or call us toll-free at 1-800-851-8754. In order to be counted, all vote-by-mail ballots are due back at the Supervisor of Elections' Office by 7 p.m. Sept. 17th for the primary and 7 p.m. Oct. 15 for the general.

Early voting , ending Saturday for the primary and running Oct. 5-12 for the general, is available at the West Pasco Government Center. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. On Election Day, the only voting option is at the polls at your assigned polling location.

Bring your photo and your signature ID when voting early or at the polls. For further questions or clarification, about this special election visit pascovotes.com/special2013.asp.

Brian Corley, Pasco supervisor of elections, New Port Richey

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Letters: Make boaters follow parking rules at ramps

Policing boat ramp parking could benefit Port Richey by generating income while ensuring access for other boaters.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times (2004)

Policing boat ramp parking could benefit Port Richey by generating income while ensuring access for other boaters.

Make boaters park by the rules

On Aug. 30, I went to go boating before the Labor Day mad house. I tried to put in my boat at Nick's Park in Port Richey at 10 a.m. To our dismay two pickup trucks with trailers had taken two parking spots for their vehicles. There were no spots to park.

Port Richey, want to make some revenue? How about patrolling the park during the weekends and giving these people a nice ticket for their arrogance. There isn't enough docking/parking spaces as it is without selfish people hogging up two spaces.

Lois E. Robinson, New Port Richey

Now not time to increase gas tax

There is a hard drive to raise the gasoline tax five cents per gallon. Considering the economic situation, I think this is a horrid action.

Ralph H. Malick, Zephyrhills

Get details on election process

With the appointment of Mike Fasano as tax collector for Pasco County, House District 36 in western Pasco County is without representation in Tallahassee and early voting began Saturday for the Sept. 17 Republican primary. The special general election is Oct. 15.

To verifying your voting eligibility and to order a vote-by-mail ballot visit pascovotes.com or call us toll-free at 1-800-851-8754. In order to be counted, all vote-by-mail ballots are due back at the Supervisor of Elections' Office by 7 p.m. Sept. 17th for the primary and 7 p.m. Oct. 15 for the general.

Early voting , ending Saturday for the primary and running Oct. 5-12 for the general, is available at the West Pasco Government Center. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. On Election Day, the only voting option is at the polls at your assigned polling location.

Bring your photo and your signature ID when voting early or at the polls. For further questions or clarification, about this special election visit pascovotes.com/special2013.asp.

Brian Corley, Pasco supervisor of elections, New Port Richey

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