"The golf course is the revenue-generating part of the park. If you shut down the revenue side, we're afraid it won't be long before you shut the park down," said Friends of T.O. Fuller State Park president Ralph Thompson.
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Finally, there seems some movement in the right direction as unemployment numbers have decreased, albeit slowly.
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