I often write about the large hassles we have to deal with from the government. Here is an example of the myriad of smaller ones:
We have our campground workers in Florida living in their RV on site. As one of the amenities we offer them, we have a 120 gallon propane tank on each employee RV site they can use for their cooking and heating. Unfortunately, the State of Florida has banned connecting propane tanks of this size to a "non-stationary" dwelling. We were grandfathered for a while, but now we have to get rid of all the tanks. Our employees can still have little 5 gallon tanks, but instead of having a truck come by once a year to fill all the large tanks, each of our employees must now drive 20 miles into town dozens of times to fill their little 5 gallon tanks.
Thanks state of Florida -- getting rid of a 120 gallon tank at the price of about a thousand extra miles of driving and two or three full man-days of extra time sure seems like a smart legislative choice to me.