S. P. of Archer asks, “I was canoeing down the Santa Fe River last weekend and I came upon a dock that extended a good 30 feet or so out into the river. It has a big waterslide and a double-decker platform. It was huge. Can the owner do that? It seemed to me that it was way too big and could cause a problem for boaters, like me, if a motor boat came speeding along as I was going by. Is that legal?
While I was day working in Marion County I heard of a new outfit that was just getting started in the cow business and that usually meant a lot of work. I had also heard the owner was a Cuban who had been treasurer under Cuban dictator Fulgencio Bautista and had got out of Cuba ahead of Fidel Castro and brought $7 million with him.
Levy County home owners, when Gov. Scott was campaigning, he promised to bring 80,000 new jobs to Florida. What he really meant was he was going to bring 80,000 cows to Florida to finish off the springs and rivers.