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City leaders work to eliminate abandoned boats

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. -- Green Cove Springs city leaders believe they may have the solution to a problem with abandoned boats along the St. Johns River.

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gwing - 10/29/2013 8:24 AM
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due process will be done. If there is no owner of record it should be removed. The area these boats are in has little or no water circulation due to the rivers makeup. This has been going on for years and not half cocked. If you want turds floating in your front yard we will be happy to move the boats to your area.

RFM2009 - 10/28/2013 6:23 AM
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Due process must prevail! Weare by these jaded politicos slowly sliding toward a total Police State. This is not a knock against the Uniforms but against non-thinking politicians who go off half cocked, creating legal quagmires and unusual temptations for all Officials.

Pablo - 10/28/2013 1:38 AM
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So, you are saying that the cops can just take any boat they want, call it abandoned, and remove it from the water? Nah! I don't see any abuse coming from that direction.... Come on, Man!
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