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- This is the result of a poor planning decision. Initially, the structures were built too close to the beach.
Let the beach migrate,save the money, and modify the code to allow for a rebuild on adjacent open spaces. Donate a portion now unnecessary $6.2M Sand/Structures fund to the relocation of the units.
The defense of maintaining this bluff will be constant burden on LBK financial resources.
Lets be open to discussion on how to improve the last great untouched asset on the Gulf Coast.
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