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Phil Lilley

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Personally I think Branson Landing is the worst possible thing that could have happened to Taney.

MoCarp nailed it right on the head.

Other than a few more access points for fishing, I am against any further type of commercial development on Taney.

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I just can't understand the boat testing. It makes no sense to me to use a riverine lake to test fast boats. One has to assume a certain number of people will be new at driving a faster boat, and to put them on a narrow lake where people drift or anchor is insane.

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I just can't understand the boat testing. It makes no sense to me to use a riverine lake to test fast boats. One has to assume a certain number of people will be new at driving a faster boat, and to put them on a narrow lake where people drift or anchor is insane.

That's a bunch of crap!!! It'll be GREAT!!! :lol::lol::lol:

New to my boat on Taney this year for my families annual 4th of July vacation will be a video camera.....ain't no way I'm missing getting film of some guy test driving a fast boat in current where people are drift fishing. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

griffin

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Guess I won't be grabbing suckers out of Roark Creek this spring - they'll probably make a concrete ditch out of it.

Branson Landing is being done by people who would pave every inch of the Ozarks if it'd make them a dollar.

About ten years ago I served on the board of our local chamber of commerce for a year. What a joke that was. The theme of every meeting was "How can we get more people to move to Ozark?". They were sending out flyers to people all over the U.S., advertising in big city newspapers, lobbying the town to give tax breaks to developers, etc.

Well, they got what they wanted. Now our traffic is as bad as many big cities, our public services and infrastructure are over-stressed, and many acres of deer woods and farms are now apartments. Funny thing - those folks 10 years ago in the Chamber had local businesses, but they didn't get rich like they thought. Wal-Mart Supercenter, Lowe's, 84 lumber, and a whole bunch of chain restaurants moved in - and most of those local businesses are gone or hurting now.

Serves 'em right.

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