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  • Writer's pictureAshley Walker

SOS Spring 2022 Newsletter

Hello SOS members! It seems that as we all get older time passes by at an ever-faster pace. We have been together for over 20 years. In the first months of 2022 we see our water levels dropping at a significant rate. We will have more beaches to care for this summer. Without question Big Brother will be watching. Big Brother has many new staff members on board. That means they will try to control what happens on our beaches.

These new employees were in grade school when we organized to defend our property rights. We have to educate a whole new era of new government staffers with the same agenda as the group who came before them. They need to learn that clean beaches are important to public and private property owners. We cannot allow our beaches to become weed infested, stagnant breeders of insects and the source of pollen and other harmful by products that have a negative impact on human life. We have observed what can happen to beaches that are not well managed by owners. We will do whatever it takes to protect our rights as property owners. Our goal is to have a clean and safe beach. It is what we want to pass on to the next generation of shoreline property owners. A clean beach is what we want for our grandchildren to play on.

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