It was informative to sit in on last month’s Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission discussion about a human waste facility in a floating building designed for processing oysters. I should not forget the requirement for hot water to wash hands.
I am at a disadvantage in that I speak a language of business owners, business managers, people that have to always satisfy the customer for the customer is always correct, always right. It is the customer’s choice to walk out my door, never again to return to my business to purchase my product or service, but to purchase it from someone else, somewhere else.
That said as an aside, I found it perplexing that a woman on the staff of MPPDC defined the owner of the oyster business as wealthy. What figures did she have and how did she use them to make that determination? The amount he has borrowed to buy or expand his business? The number of employees he has or the number...
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