- Jun 13, 2005
SJ...Some structures may have been built on the beach, but I don't think that is the norm for county, State and Federal public beaches. I thought structures had to be approved by the appropriate governing body and would have to be removed from the beach if they had not been approved. Isn't that the process? As you know, the county received the beach portion of RFV's private gated access proposal and now we have a private property owner using county owned public beach for it's financial benefit.BMB,
What is unique about building on public Beaches? Many homeowners have built walkover on public property in Walton County, some have even built their buildings on public property.
Yes, the structures are built on public beach. Look no further than the new Nature Walk Beach Club property which, according to a NatureWalk representative, has a seawall and a cabana on public beach property. They also have a building which sits on County property, according to the Planning Dept.