In 2003, Florida officials decided to re-nourish 6.9 miles of beach in Destin, Florida, to repair damage from hurricanes. In the process, the State created a new boundary line between the oceanfront property owners and the public portion of the beach. Although the beaches in Florida have always been public up to the “mean high water line,” this new line, which the state called the “erosion control line,” effectively allowed the State to claim a portion of the beachfront that previously lay above the mean high water line.
Second Homeowners – Have a Voice so you can live your Quiet Life in the Town of Southold!
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At the Oct. 9th 2007, Town Hall board meeting, the town of Southold passed the following resolution:
“The Town of Southold will holding a public hearing at the Southold Town Hall, 53095 Main Road, Southold, New York, on the 20th of November, 2007 at 4:35 p.m. at which time all interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard as to the changes in Local Law 275. “
As a tax paying resident of the Town of Southold, I have read the changes to Local Law 275. I feel these changes will adversely affect our waterfront usage rights.