Blessey is breaking out the big money. I reckon you got to figure out some way to spend your $$$.Not sure if this is the right thread or not to post this notice. But here it is. This will takes years, but you have to wonder, 'what if'.
This is just what I've been told and could be wrong. But I was told that there are old lands that have been passed down through family that still have "OWNERSHIP" down to the water's edge.Yes, devil in details...I would think their plat which I believe is publicly available would show boundaries that don't reach the water?
And no publicly supported homeowners insurance either, if you can’t afford to insure your property without government assistance then you don’t get to live there.Well, when the beaches get blown away, (and someday they will), charge the "owners" for beach restoration. Why should taxpayers pay to restore private beaches?
That looks consistent with what I found...here's one of his properties and it reads "to mean high water line..." on the legal description and the other properties look similarThis is just what I've been told and could be wrong. But I was told that there are old lands that have been passed down through family that still have "OWNERSHIP" down to the water's edge.
And it's the state and governments that is trying to force these people to the "new" norm of "free" access to their property.
Most property has been sold and changed hands and got most of the titled lands up to the new standards and access rules etc... But there are some that are still titled to the water's edge in some spots. Could be wrong though.
Well, when the beaches get blown away, (and someday they will), charge the "owners" for beach restoration. Why should taxpayers pay to restore private beaches?
No, the most hated man in Walton County has to be that crochety SOB over in Vizcaya. He is the fellow that made news for verbally assaulting people on "his" beach. I believe he ended up being removed via the WCSO. But then again, Blessey is down near Stallworth and those folks are some really unpleasant people.Blessey about to become "Most hated" in Walton county.
This is the real issue people should be looking at.So from here on out, I pay my taxes in Walton County and it looks like it`s ALL going to be spent on fighting for the beach. THAT SUCKS.
I don`t visit the beach but a few times out of the year. There is plenty of priority projects in Walton County our tax dollars could be used for. Unfortunately millions will be pissed away on just this issue.