Susan Fennewald

It was always financially viable - and that's been abundantly clear since they did the study of admissions in 2016. Now its politically viable.



But we should still have free fishing rights in Seawolf Park. That's as financially viable as free parking. What's their excuse …

Clearly, I feel Galveston residents deserve more consideration but...



Galveston, as a whole, benefits from tourism through the property taxes all the hotels pay and the sales tax that is generated. (though costs are also incurred including higher police costs, water and s…

It would be helpful if they collected actual data about times and durations of railroad related road closures. I can't help thinking that drivers think its much worse than it is - but I could be wrong and would like to see some actual data.


Galveston residents should get free USE of the park - for fishing AND parking.

If the Park Board was interested in good relations with the residents, they wouldn't keep trying to get money from them. "Oh we can give them free parking - but, ha ha, we can still charge them for fish…

We need a breakdown of the cost/benefit analysis. Last I saw, the only part of the plan that made any financial sense was the levee around the city of Galveston. The expensive parts of either project protect things that don't need protecting. I realize they'd be spending OPM (other people…

Is the cost being paid for with water fees or property taxes?


Galveston residents should be given free use of Seawolf Park. The Park Board operates it as a strictly tourist activity. It costs $6 for a resident to park there. And another $6 to fish there. It would be nice to stop by to go fishing for an hour after work - if it was free for residents.…

Galveston residents should have free use of Seawolf Park!!



The beach parks have different rules from Seawolf Park. The state requires that all Texans be treated alike at their beaches - so the Park Board can't give Galvestonians cheaper or free use of those parks while th…

I just looked at a map. If these lots are where I think they are - then they've only had houses built on them in the last few years.- and they may have had to get Corps wetlands approval to do it. Will the Daily News look into that? When were these houses built? Are they surrounded by wet…

We have high tides every year in the fall and spring. Some times it's slightly higher than at other times. But it was flooding like this when he bought his property. This isn't the only area where seasonal high tide flooding occurs. The city would go broke raising the road at each locale.…