Privacy prompts Riva Trace decision (FL)

Riva Trace resident Barry Cox captured the picture that tells a thousand words.  On his cell phone, Cox has a photo of a moving truck traveling through the gate adjacent to his house, where Meeting Street and San Miguel Cove connect.  Those who live in Riva Trace know thousands of words have been used to argue the necessity of an emergency vehicle access gate to their community, located at that point. While the gate is supposed to be for first responders only, Cox’s photo supports the argument that the gate is used by others.  Many residents have wanted to see the gate go away.     Read the article…………..


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