Supreme Court rules against homeowners in Florida beach dispute
The Supreme Court ruled against a group of waterfront property owners who said the state of Florida owed them money because it pumped sand onto beaches eroded by storms, lowering property values.
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“Headed toward the cliff”
Since: Nov 07
Tawas City, Michigan
#1 Jun 18, 2010
Tough crap. Quit whining and enjoy you taxpayer funded beach replenishment.
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