FEMA strikes down second appeal on beach nourishment

Published: Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 10:48 AM.

A replacement decal will now cost $20.

“We’ve done a lot to protect the natural resources here,” Yeager said. “We want the resource to be enjoyed by the public.”

 Overstreet drainage

Responding to a request from a resident of Overstreet, commissioners agreed to spend no more than $2,000 to address drainage ditch problems along one road in the community.

The project will be a test project after commissioners, acknowledging there are similar drainage issues throughout the county, said they did not want to set a precedent or violate county policy that says the BOCC will not approve the replacement of culverts at county expense.

U.S. 98 and 30A

Pat Hardman, representing the Coastal Community Association, asked commissioners to lobby the Florida Department of Transportation concerning the design plans for work at the intersection of U.S. 98 and County 30A.



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