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Posted: Saturday, December 1, 2012 12:00 am

Vacant for two years, the buildings that were used to rent aquatic gear at the Moore Park Marina may come back to life, although the owners still have to comply with terms that have made it difficult for businesses in the past.

The Parks Advisory Board is recommending that the Klamath Falls City Council grant Kevin and Carol Westfall a 120-day extension on their concession agreement with the city that allows them to operate a business at Moore Park Marina.

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2 comments:

  • Greg Bessemer posted at 2:23 pm on Sat, Dec 1, 2012.

    Gregbessemer Posts: 3

    This is so unjust. What about all the money these people spent to purchase, develop, and pay the City rent for something the City won't let them use? If the City doesn't want them there anymore (thr City fully supported everything the Westfalls proposed when they moved in), why doesn't the City do the right thing and buy back the property? By the way, the building is not portable. A portable building has a steel frame and a place for axles with wheels. This structure is built the same as a house, so you just can't move it.

     
  • David Pinkston posted at 10:45 am on Sat, Dec 1, 2012.

    Boomslang55 Posts: 83

    No business can survive there without selling food or something other than recreation.. Might as well take everything out.

     
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