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Blair says the Blair group has 350 rooms in Cody, the largest hotelier in the region, and one of the oldest. He says the cabins were created in the early sixties and are still popular. Blair says he's not sure how the proposed rate hike would affect his hotels. He says it is appropriate, but 100% increase scares him. But, he points out it is an appropriate value. He points out it would cost more than $70 to take a family of five out to the movies, or to stay in a hotel for two nights. He says it is a tremendous value for $70. He says they want to create memories with their hotels, but they cannot compete with Yellowstone. He says people will have memories from the Park, and $70 is a great value. He says they haven't been charging enough. He says to double that fee there might be sticker shock. He says when people go on vacation, they have a budget: hotel, meals, entertainment, the cost of Yellowstone National Park, which is the pinnacle of their experience, I think it's a great deal. He says there's no doubt in my mind that the money is needed. He says Dan Wenk has to sit down with his team and say we need to do more, and have less to do it. That can't go on forever. He says he thinks the visitors should help may for the costs, not just the taxpayers. He says they have to collect the money, and it should come from the people who are visiting the park. He says there's a tremendous value there. It's appropriate. He says the fees have been too low for too long, and that's why we're having to do this 100% rate hike.

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