Sand fight! Properties will be skipped in beach renourishment (FL)

A fight over sand! The Pinellas County beaches we all love could be in jeopardy because of 60 missing easement signatures. Despite doing everything the county asked, several beachfront properties won’t be getting sand.  50 Gulfside Condominiums in Indian Rocks Beach is one building that got all 50 of its condo owners to sign off on an easement for a beach renourishment project planned to begin this December. The county required all beachfront property owners to sign the easement in order to add sand to those properties. However, the county needs 1,500 feet of beach to renourish each section, and that means if neighboring properties don’t sign off, the entire area could be skipped.    Read the article………..


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