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When Hideaway lets everyone use their beach, then everyone (taxpayers) should help them. Otherwise they need to pay for their high end exclusive living. When all the beach renurishment ends up in Caxambas Pass it ruins boating for the south end of Marco Island. The Corps of Engineers and the Florida EPA will not allow dredging in this area, so the south end of Marco Island is paying in money and also in inability to navigate. Just let Mother Nature take her course and deal with it.
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