TUSCUMBIA — Tommy Barnes walks up a slight incline past two rows of campsites full of recreational vehicles and pull-behind travel trailers, and points at open areas that would be appropriate for expanding the number of improved sites at the popular Colbert Alloys Park.

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Frank Nitti

Another North Alabama city east of Florence thought this was a good idea last year and they watched their revenue go from $1.6 million dollars to $600,000. This sounds like a great way to make people look elsewhere.

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