Letter to the Editor From Mr. Louis Amandola
There has been word circulating within our town of Gulfport, of some 'newbiees' seeking to impose their personal views and desires on those who have lived here for many years as well as those born here. It seems that the old hometown feel of having an RV, boat or recreational vehicle parked on your own property does not appeal to some.
I can only suppose that it stems from the mantra that, 'if I can't have it, no one else can.' How sad, that this type of imposition of views is flowing throughout this country.
Recreational vehicle owners are responsible people, who are homeowners, taxpayers, licensed and insured people paying their fair share and only trying to live out the 'American Dream'. Albeit for those who are continually trying to impose their will on others. "AAAARGH!"
I would like to bring to the forefront that, if any vehicle is abiding by the laws, rules and regulations of a community that there should not even be a discussion. IE- If a vehicle is properly inured and is abiding by Fire and Life Safety codes within it's juristiction, why are we even having this discussion?
I would humbly suggest to those who are unhappy with their surroundings that they might perhaps move into a gated community where they would be much happier.