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Two things come to mind. Why not provide a beach area where people can run their dogs?
Second...where does one think all of the sand that has piled up on the northern end of the beach has come from? When I first came here the Gulf was against the sea wall next to the pools at South Seas, now it is a two block walk to the edge of the water and what was a pretty cool area at tigertail has filled in. At residents beach it looks to be about a block from the walkway to the water line,a long haul for beach chairs and umbrellas, and during the same shifting sand at least two Islands have all but disapeared on the southend of Marco and Kice Island has been cut in half.
Certainly more breakwater will slow the tidal current but further changes in the understructure off Marco Island seems to be unpredictable...could the sand that has piled up be moved back to he south end??? Kind of like a redistrubution of wealth.
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