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We used to live near Doctor's pass in Naples & it seemed like about every 5 year's or so there was erosion very near beachfront condo's & re nourishment was necessary I imagine it must have been taxpayer funded but my point is that the problem will only get a temporary fix "Nature Rule's" Future planning for a re-ocurrance is necessary No easy answer on this one I feel that the Hideaway beach assoc. must bear some responsibility as they have pretty much exclusive use Which i very much doubt they want to relinquish Open up those wallet's or become the future Cape Romano Dome houses
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