Disgruntled Holmes Beach condo owners get sympathy, pushback (FL)

For sale: diminished water views.  Hearing complaints of devalued homes and blocked waterfront views, Holmes Beach commissioners said they would be willing to work with Westbay Point & Moorings residents to “soften” the look of two new canopies at lifts on the dock at the city’s 63rd Street boat ramp.  Westbay resident Patricia Reed spoke March 2 against the boat canopies, saying they block her “magnificent view” of Watson’s Bayou.    Read the article…………..


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