I applaud the efforts of our community to elevate status and protection of our natural resources and beauty. A few years ago the feeder roads were also designated as Scenic Highways - I believe county roads 83, 283, and 395 (not sure about 393). I'm not sure what kind of enhancements or restrictions were added to these roads. It seems our scenic roads are getting cluttered with signs, utilities. When Chelco or Regional Utilitities constructs large power stations or wastewater pumping stations shouldn't they need to comply? What about vegetative buffers? Seems they get away with things regular businesses can't. Do the scenic corridor regulations apply equally? I had an idea that instead of "County Road 395 South" why don't we rename it "Scenic Seagrove Road" or Scenic Seagrove Highway"? And same for "Scenic Grayton Beach Road", "Scenic Blue Mountain Beach Boulevard" ...or at least "Grayton Road", Seagrove Parkway" "Blue Mountain Boulevard" or the like. Any thoughts / info?