Westbay pushes Holmes Beach to remove boat canopies (FL)

The board of the Westbay Point & Moorings III condominium association is renewing its call for Holmes Beach to order the removal of two boat canopies used to shelter police and fire rescue boats.  A letter dated Aug. 10 and sent to commissioners and Mayor Bob Johnson cites a 1978 ordinance prohibiting canopies as the reason Westbay should prevail in the dispute. The Westbay association asserts the canopies were illegally installed by the city and lower the property values of owners whose water views have been diminished.    Read the article……………


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