As I understand it, the CCCL is a line such that no building can occur south of it. Yet the DEP can allow variances. I don't think this is appropriate because our beaches are just starting to recover from the 2005 hurricanes. By measuring the progress of rebuilding the dunes in this part of Seagrove via the progress of sand moving up our beach walkover, it will be at least 10 years before the dunes are where they were in 2005 (assuming no more seasons like 2005). Yet a property owner in our neighborhood is trying to get permission to build south of the CCCL in our neighborhood in Seagrove. If impervious or even semi-impervious construction is allowed by DEP south of the CCCL, it will lead to erosion due to the unnatural seepage of water. Our dunes are just beginning to recover from 2005. Do any of you support the effort to stop construction south of the CCCL? We already have people in our neighborhood against this potential environmental disaster. Any comments in our support would be appreciated.