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Old 09-19-2020, 06:22 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by DuctTape View Post
I agree. For 5000 visitors a year, $5 million for roads, comfort stations, a new supervisor cabin and staff housing. Not to mention the legacy costs associated with that type of infrastructure.
I don’t know how the budgets of state campgrounds work out, but is there no chance the come out ahead?

I like the idea, I’m usually of the mindset that “the state spends TONS of money on things and will continue to do so, so any money that goes towards things I find valuable is a good thing”

Translation- any money towards the Adirondacks is better then spending it on something downstate.
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