- Jun 20, 2005
Lord help us! 10 more years of Rauschkolb and Uhlfelder and their antics, intentional mistruths, degrading of BFOs with Nazi analogies and staged trespassing?According to one of the Plaintiff Lawyers , the issue of forced occupation of private property against the will of the property owner (chairs on private property) could be in the courts for the next 10 years. What about some short term solutions that don’t violate current Florida laws or the US Constitution until the courts decide differently?
At least you are trying to come up with some ideas and it’s very much appreciated, at least on my part. A much much simpler solution is to BAN vending on public beaches, period. I don’t think tourism will suffer AT ALL And the public accesses remain that - truly public, not controlled by beach vendors in any way. And then there’s nothing to enforce except NO VENDING ON PUBLIC BEACHES..... no ghost setups, no 50% malarkey, no within 15 feet of the water line OR dune, no nothing. Again much simpler and much easier to enforce.
BCC needs to take notice as I sense even “my enemies” are in agreement on this point.