The only compromise I can see is eliminate vending on public, county owned beaches, not as a consolation to make private beaches an easer pill to swallow but to rightly keep the public county owned beaches available for people to set up wherever they wish.
Vendor chair policy on public property is completely independent of USA and Florida Private Property Rights.
This is not a “compromise”. The Vendor Chair Policy is something that is causing problems and something that people from different view points all agree needs to be changed. The BCC fully controls Chair Vendor Policy on County owned property and the policy is within the full legal, lawful control of the BCC. A revised Vendor Chair Policy does not violate any Florida or Federal Laws.
A revised Vendor Chair Policy is a step in the right direction, but we still need to figure out how to REDUCE the number of tourists so we don't continue to destroy our unique ecosystem