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Posted on October 16 at 5:44 p.m.
It is private property, zoned for development. Why not work with the developer to design something beautiful that will benefit all stakeholders and improve the use of that land? The land currently has ugly KEEP OFF signs. Merry mirth makers happily ignore these warnings and dump their empty 40 ouncers. Don't let a good opportunity to increase tax revenues, improve beach access and trails, and beautify our city slip away. If it doesn't happen now, it will someday. Politicians are easily purchased and you may not be happy with the results.
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