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To the Editor:

I think that with the state of the economy locally, the US, and around the world that it is a really bad time to raise rates in the harbor. Empty stalls do not bring in revenue if the big boats leave. Those who have to stay are our friends and neighbors. I think the economy is going into a deflationary depression. Just look at the interest rates at about 0 and the negative rates in Japan and Europe. Look at Puerto Rico, Chicago, Detroit and prices for oil, corn, gold, etc.

A couple examples I think show overpricing are small boats trailering their boats instead of using stall...

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