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Rally-goers continue to protest cuts to New York parks

(March 4, 2010) -- Governor Paterson's proposal to close as many as 90 state parks and historic sites for budgetary reasons this year is meeting stiff opposition. A noontime rally yesterday outside the State Capitol in which hundreds attended drove home that point. Another rally will be held Saturday.

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Florida County increases “bed tax”

(March 4, 2010) -- The Alachua County Commission is hoping to hit one out of the park with the construction of a Cooperstown South Baseball Complex in Newberry. And a higher bed tax may help to make that possible.
 

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New Jersey campground owner passes away

(March 4, 2010) -- Elizabeth E. "Betty" Corson passed away in February, the Shore News Today reported. Corson operated the Plantation Campground, gift shop and museum with her husband, Curtis, even after he was killed in the line of duty as a firefighter.

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TVA announces 2010 campground season

(March 4, 2010) -- The Tennessee Valley Authority's 11 seasonal campgrounds on reservoirs throughout the Tennessee River Valley will open for the 2010 recreation season on Friday, March 19. The campground season runs through Nov. 15.

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New campground to open in Minnesota

(March 3, 2010) -- Members of the Spring Valley Tourism Committee told the Tribune they are excited about the possible development of a 20-site campground on the site of the former city farm at the eastern end of the new bicycle and walking trail.

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Developer plans to turnTexas mobile home park into campground

(March 3, 2010) -- The owner of the 38-acre Friendly Village Mobile Home Park wants to transform 251 mobile-home pads into a campground for up to 502 RVs as mobile homes are removed. However, some residents, including Councilman Mel LeBlanc, are concerned that the "mishmash" campsite will generate more criminal activity and litter.

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