I hope so. I'm not against (proper) development. It's inevitable...some may not like it, but it's still inevitable. When I saw Redfish Village going up, "Oh well...more people" pretty much summed up my feelings. I immediately knew the CR83 public beach access would get a shot of increased traffic. Again this was expected. I'm sure there were those that felt the same way 20 years ago when our building was constructed regarding more people coming to the area. But I strongly feel that Redfish Village's attempts to "enhance" their commercial/residential development by converting an already developed single residential beachfront residential lot into a private thoroughfare and especially a place for private amenities for 80 condominums trample on the rights of the adjacent and nearby property owners. The right to quiet enjoyment of private property is "a sacred and historic American guarantee". I don't see any shades of gray here. I just hope that the Walton County Board of Commissioners and Planning & Development both do the right thing.