The tax payers of the State of Florida and Walton County have title to over 32,000 linear feet of poor little beach front, according to the Army Corps, and over 5,000 acres of parking, camping, and bathrooms (but you have to pay admittance). My title and 900+ other property owners paid for the title to our property that we pay annual Walton property taxes on too. Our title does NOT include sharing our private property with the American public without our consent because of the BCC's FAILURE to manage growth for the supply of beaches they property rights to. Or for a Plaintiff (with the burden of proof) to present extraordinary evidence in court that their right of use is superior to the owner’s fee simple private property rights protected by the Constitution. The elements of customary use is ancient, reasonable, without interruption, and free from dispute. Not local economics, popular vote, or emotional pleas. It will only cost all Walton tax payers millions of dollars to try. What if private property owners prevail? I for one will now dare to protect my property rights to the fullest extent of the law if the BCC and customary-take advocates are going to cost me $$$ to protect my rights.