Discussion in 'Local Government and Groups' started by Cali, Mar 14, 2008.
Trying to rep also, but mine's not working today!Grayt idea! One of the best I've heard.
I don't think it is a health code violation to have the doors open. What about outdoor catering events and restaurant decks, would that be a violation also? I stop by Buddies going to the Rovemary Beach and never seen any bugs.
Stan said Rovemary. Love it. +rep
With all of the smack-talk about Buddy's, I'm surprised that no one has mentioned that they cleaned or painted over the smoke from the fire. Looks much nicer.
Never read this thread before today (thanks SJ ) and I've never been to Buddy's but I'm glad they have some support here. Owning/running a business is tough. The surrounding community is their livelihood and I'm sure they appeciate your concern and your patronage. ASH & Chuckster made some very good points to consider if this business is in your area.
this might help
Some communities, like fort walton beach and pensacola are requiring the trash containers to be fenced in with an eye appealing wood fence higher than the containers themselves. This would prevent trash from blowing all over the place and it hides the unsightly view. I was surprised this isnt already practiced in the county.
Panama City Beach proper requires it too.
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