Discussion in 'Local Government and Groups' started by Grace Daniell, Sep 12, 2018.
It's about RESPECTING property rights - the same property rights you have.
My middle school daughter got kicked off of beach areas yesterday while volunteering for for Coastal Clean Up this weekend. "The signs are there for a reason" one person that ejected her said as she was picking up trash on the beach.
Let that sink in.
They started at Dune Allen Beach access. Not sure exactly where they were.
To add, she is a little kid. Oblivious that this is even an issue.
That's shameful. Please tell her that there are many, many of us who are thankful for her effort and contribution to keeping our beaches clean and beautiful.
Oh the horror!! Oh the victims!!
Ludicrous that Beach Stealers are playing victim. They seem to have invaded here in force. Like a planned attack on the community. Hmmmmm
Dawn, if you were attacked or threatened, in public, and call vulgar names by "the community" or an individual - would you be a victim or would you deserve it?
Most of the people attacked, like me and many other private property supporters, have been here for decades and not invaded anywhere. More emotional fiction.
If I stand in front of a speeding car am I a victim?
No need to answer you prove my point with every keystroke.
That is truly sad. Sorry that happened to her.
I can't imagine that happening here in this community. Many people of all ages volunteered for International Coastal Cleanup Day and gave their Saturday morning to take care of our beaches. I thank them all. My teenage son was out there with his school. These events were planned and organized by Friends of South Walton Sea Turtles It's a great thing to do.
The CU battle has surpassed ugly. She is short in stature but very strong. She took it in stride. She was born and raised here. She wasn't even complaining when she told me. She just thought it was ( to paraphrase) odd.
There is your answer. "Walton county is shovel ready."
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