Trent hink wrote: ↑
Sun May 15, 2022 8:18 pm
Where is this happening?
It seems that Europe is much more crowded than the US, so more regulation is considered acceptable or even necessary.
One of the new things happening on the west coast of Florida, is that property owners have started marking off what they believe to be their private property with no trespassing signs.
Based on what I see happening at the beach, with some of the users being extremely inconsiderate about things as simple as not leaving the beach littered with trash, I can't blame property owners.
The thing is, here in Florida, the beach is all public; from the water all the way up to the mean high water line.
But the property owners, (and probably law enforcement, if one were to push the point) seem to be drawing out the mean high water line based on measurements that were taken 20 years ago or more...
Then, add in the fact that many of the beaches here get "replenished" at taxpayer expense.
I haven't run into any problems. Yet... But I am generally very polite and always do my best to be respectful.
... But the minute some jerk tries to tell me I have no right to be on "his" beach...
If it is one of the ones that locally costs more than a million USD, per mile, per year, to keep intact... You can bet I will have something to say about it...
I mean... I have paid, out of my own pocket, for some of these multi-million dollar properties not to disappear in the latest storm.
And if you have a problem with that, you have some explaining to do.