Southeast
Southeast
Advocacy

New Private Beach Access Law Attempts to Clarify Possession of Real Property

One of the many perks of living in the Sunshine State is our beaches. Access to the ocean is often from a public park and has long been viewed as a public amenity and free natural resource for both residents and visitors.

By

Alessandra Stivelman

on

October 11, 2018

Southeast
Engineering

Beaches getting sand to replace what Irma washed away

Truckloads of sand were dumped on Hollywood beach earlier this year as part of a $4 million city project.

By

Larry Barszewski

on

October 11, 2018

Gulf
Tourism

Red tide may be sending tourists to beaches on Florida’s east coast

Toxic red tide and the air-fouling stench from hundreds of dead fish aren’t exactly good for tourism on Florida’s beaches.

By

Susannah Bryan

on

October 11, 2018

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