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There is no such public walkway. The fact is that all beaches in Florida are public from the high water mark to the water's edge.
In order for Hideaway Beach to be truly a public beach, there would have to be public access from the land - not just for boats to approach.
Since there is no public access from the land, it is constructively a private beach and should not rely on public tax dollars to pay for its upkeep. Either the residents of the private community pay for the restoration or let nature take its course.
Since our public money is now paying for the restoration, I would like to know how I can walk over to Hidewway beach so I can spend the day at the new "PUBLIC" beach.
Perhaps this former Marine can use his orienteering skills to let us in on the long lost walkway.
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