If Cedar Key depends greatly on visitors’ spending, why are visitors denied access to public restrooms?
Last Saturday, I brought three children from Gainesville to fish on the pier. The pier was filled with many sight seeing and fishing visitors. The police locked the restrooms at 6 p.m. when the pier was filled with people.
Yes, I know the bars have restrooms but I am sure it’s not the best practice to drag children and family in to use restrooms, when not a customer.
Why - if the pier is for public use and bathrooms must be furnished in public and business locations - are visitors being denied the use of the restrooms on the pier, when visiting or fishing in the evening or night.
Chiefland is a long way to go to wash fish bait off your hands or to take children to the restroom.