Time is of the essence and we need your help reaching out to the following 4 people so we can secure the necessary easements that will allow the Army Corps of Engineers to undertake this essential dunes restoration project. This is, bar none, the most important public works project in the history of Flagler County to protect the health and safety of our residents and the character of our community. If you have questions, please call 386-313-4040.
D’Angiolini, Cynthia A, 2538 S. Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach FL 32136 (2 Parcels)
McKibben, Charles L & Kathy L, 2724 S Oceanshore Blvd., 863-414-0971
Vogel, Elke & Leonard Surles, 2732 S Oceanshore Blvd., 561-305-5727
Herboldt, Michele, 2744 S Oceanshore Blvd., 386-338-3296
Shore up the Shore would like to thank our most recent easement signers!
Dr. Chandrupatla, Sreekanth
Dr. Amin, Bhavesh & Divya
Dr. Scola, Jere Anthony III
Diane D. Larson
Olde Towne Enchantment Inc. (Beach Front Motel)
Deborah A Gaines
Ellis W Moore
Flagler County and the City of Flagler Beach have been working together to improve the beach in all areas, but with the current focus on the 2.6 miles from the north side of South 6th Street to the south side of South 28th Street. The great news is that we have successfully secured more than $17 million in state and federal funding for the beach restoration for this stretch, which means there will be no cost to property owners in salvaging your dunes. But we still need help! For the project to begin on schedule – late Summer 2020 – we need every property owner with a parcel east of State Road A1A in this area to grant permission through an easement to the federal, state and local agencies involved to add sand and natural vegetation to your dune.
MILES OF RENOURISHMENT
ARMY CORPS PROJECT
Important Update on Dune Walkovers in Army Corps Project Area
In the Army Corps Project Area, (South 6th Street to the south side of South 28th Street) the City of Flagler Beach will not issue City building permits for construction or reconstruction of dune walkovers to landowners who do not give permission for dune renourishment through a signed and recorded easement. This is regardless of whether the Florida Department of Environmental Protection issues permits for such walkovers. To allow dune walkovers on an unnourished portion of the beach would create an increased safety risk to people and property. A walkover in this situation will not have the anchoring benefit of the renourishment and will be more susceptible to storm and tidal events. Aside from the public safety risk, the City cannot issue such permits legally because it would be inconsistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan and its policies and also its Beach Management Plan, all of which direct the City to protect the beach and State Road A1A.
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