If this doesn’t end beach Vendor rule

Discussion in 'Local Government and Groups' started by steel1man, Sep 8, 2018.

  1. boomerang

    boomerang Beach Lover

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    Quite frankly the only way we will get our beaches back is with God's help.

    don't put my faith in Walton County government to do it.

    Downright sad and embarrassing yesterday.
     
  2. Teresa

    Teresa SoWal Guide Staff Member

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    We got this. Our community rocks. If we can't pull together and do the work necessary to shape the future of our own community then we get what we deserve. I have faith in the people. God gave us the ability to do this work for ourselves. So it's up to us.

    And BTW, South Walton has no town or government. The Walton County BCC is it. And I am thankful that the BCC is fully committed to going through the legal process as stipulated in HB631. That is to reestablish and affirm Customary Use. That is what this is all about.

    If not for the amazing people of this community, volunteers, notaries, community leaders and business owners, and the efforts of the new local group Florida Beaches For All, we would likely never be as far as we are now.. And efforts continue. While Rick Scott literally flees town today because our community ROCKS!

    But prayers might help too. I just hate when people and politicians invoke God and the Bible for their purposes or goals.

    As someone posted today...
    It’s not about Party.
    “It’s the economy, stupid.”
    And the Beach is our economy.

    And I would add its about our rights as human beings to visit the beaches of South Walton and around Florida as we've always done. Privatizing our beaches is wrong.
     
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  3. boomerang

    boomerang Beach Lover

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    not voting for Scott no matter what

    He was in on it

    bill originated from Naples where he owns beach front.
     
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  4. Beach days

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    Look at what vizcaya says they own. If they do . Then there should be a lot of explaining .remind you no warranty
     

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  5. Shannon Lince

    Shannon Lince Beach Lover

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    Whoever started throwing around the "warranty deed" vs. deed business ought to be read the riot act. The only difference in a warranty deed and a deed is that with a warranty deed the seller is "guaranteeing" a set of conditions to about the property to the buyer. All other classifications of "deeds" simply doesn't have that but are no less valid in Florida, records, court or anywhere else to transfer title. The lack of a warranty on a deed means that a grantee (the new owner) has no legal recourse against the grantor (the old owner) - it does not mean or suggest in any way that the title transfer is not legal or valid.

    You are making up a fantasy world of legalities and illegalities which simply does not exist in the real world.

    Shannon
     
  6. Shannon Lince

    Shannon Lince Beach Lover

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    What about it? This matches the plat. They own it there's no dispute. There is a warranty deed in the chain of title from Walton Co to Dune Allen, the Quit Claim was only to go from Dune Allen to the HOA. You do understand how a chain of title works right? This isn't some dark magic that represents that particular Quit Claim. The Quit Claim was the easiest to transfer title from the developer to the HOA. Absolutely nothing illegal or dark magic about it whatsoever.

    To be clear - there never was a quit claim made from WALTON CO to Vizcaya, you see this with your own eyes in the chain of title --- there's a Warranty Deed from Walton Co to Dune Allen in 1991, that transferred the title from Walton Co to Dune Allen, then in 1996 a transfer of title using a Quit Claim from Dune Allen to Vizcaya --- you plainly can see that right?

    If you can't see that and think there was some dark magic performed --- then let's start pulling all the subdivisions in Walton county and you will be amazed that you see exactly the same chain of title - ending with a quit claim deed to an HOA.

    So where and why is the STORY being made up that Vizcaya quit claimed the deed from Walton county? They didn't - and you know that.

    Shannon
     
  7. L.C. Bane

    L.C. Bane Beach Fanatic

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    What does all this rambling have to do with this thread about beach vendors? The majority (both sides of CU) agrees that they need to be gone or at the very least reeled in.
     
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  8. BlueMtnBeachVagrant

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    Soooo did the media ask the BCC candidates their position on vending on public beach accesses before the elections? Or is everyone so consumed with CU that the low hanging fruit is ignored?
     
  9. Wuchie

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    As visitors to your beaches from STL, we like being able to rent chairs; however, we agree that the vendors seem to be multiplying like rabbits and that some chairs sit empty all day. Could the vendors be regulated? Perhaps they should only be allowed so many set ups per day at each access point. Or maybe only one vendor per beach access point?
     
  10. steel1man

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    Walton county BCC doesn’t want to hear any common sense ideas
     
  11. Wuchie

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    What does “BCC” mean?
     
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  12. Everytime

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  13. Wuchie

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    Thanks!
     
  14. steel1man

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    2018 BEACH VENDOR POST SEASON MEETING
    Thursday, September 20, 2018
    Please be notified that the Walton County Tourist Development Council Beach Code Enforcement staff will be holding two separate meetings for the Post-Season Beach Vendors’ meetings. The first meeting will be held Monday, September 17, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. and the second meeting will be held on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. The meetings will be held at the South Walton Annex located at 31 Coastal Centre Blvd., Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. The purpose of these meetings is to discuss the 2018 beach vending season and general beach vending issues. All current and ✔️prospective beach vendors are encouraged to attend one of the scheduled meetings. Two or more Walton County Elected or Appointed Officials may attend. These meetings are open to the public. Please email Tricia@visitsouthwalton.com with any questions or suggestions.

    !!Prospective beach vendors!!!! Guess BCC is planning on adding MORE Mafia members...they obviously have no idea of the country citizenship’s feelings on this Monster Vendor Problem....
     
  15. steel1man

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    Everyone email their thoughts on the Vendor situation to :
    Please email Tricia@visitsouthwalton.com with any questionsor suggestions on beach vendors.
     
  16. Garner

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    !!Prospective beach vendors!!!! Guess BCC is planning on adding MORE Mafia members...they obviously have no idea The meeting on the 17th has been cancelled
     
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  17. miznotebook

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    The Walton County Tourist Development Council Beach Code Enforcement Post-Season Beach Vendors’ meetings scheduled for Monday, September 17, 2018 has been removed from the calendar. The only meeting will be held on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. The meetings will be held at the South Walton Annex located at 31 Coastal Centre Blvd., Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the 2018 beach vending season and general beach vending issues. All current and prospective beach vendors are encouraged to attend the scheduled meeting. Two or more Walton County Elected or Appointed Officials may attend. These meetings are open to the public. Please email Tricia@visitsouthwalton.com with any questions or suggestions.
     
  18. Wuchie

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    Here is what I sent: Greetings!
    My husband and I visit 30A once or twice a year because we don’t think there are more beautiful beaches anywhere. We have been following the news regarding CU and beach vendor issues. We always rent a beach set-up for the week because the chairs are comfortable and the umbrella is sturdy. We have seen too many of the cheap ones blown away in the wind or left as trash. We are in our 60s but in pretty good shape. However, back surgery and a couple of joint replacements have made it more challenging to haul stuff to the beach, so we appreciate the vendors. However, we have seen them multiplying like rabbits and far too many “ghost chairs.” We certainly don’t want the vendors eliminated but more stringent rules and regulations seem necessary. Perhaps the vendors can be assigned certain beach access points or be limited to a specific number of set-ups at each access. My husband and I don’t mind paying on a daily basis when we arrive at the beach, and we don’t need our set-up to be at the water’s edge. Walking to get in the water isn’t a problem rather it’s the hauling beach gear from the condo. We would rather see families with children have those spots so that the adults can keep an eye on the kiddos. Thanks for listening!
    Cheers,
    Cindy Wucher
     
  19. FactorFiction

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    People keep saying that most of the beach was quit claimed or quiet titled. I know there are several known areas where those legal actions have been involved, but to say most requires some backing up with sources. Every one of the big resort areas, for instance, own beach. To my knowledge, none of them were quiet titled or quit claimed.
     

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