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Panama City, FL

adt lawsuit

do you have any other information on this lawsuit? any info would be helpful. thanks!  (Jul 18, 2012 | post #4)


August 23 Florida Primary Election: Will you vote?

going to vote! everyone should. its a right that many have died to protect. might as well use it before one of those people you didnt vote for take away that right.  (Jul 18, 2012 | post #2056)

Panama City Beach, FL

Why the Beach?

i must agree. I love the girls of summer as well. All shapes and sizes.  (Jul 18, 2012 | post #3)

Panama City Beach, FL

Seaweed on Panama City Beach

the water will be here waiting on ya! let us know when your here!  (Jul 18, 2012 | post #7)

Panama City Beach, FL

Seaweed on Panama City Beach

The water right now is awesome. Waves are at a light chop. Green flag.  (Jul 17, 2012 | post #5)

Panama City Beach, FL

Would you relocate to Panama City or Panama City Beach, i...

Just to see what people think. Give reasons as to why or why not. Maybe some of the people in charge will read this, and be able to better serve us when they know what we want and do not want.  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #1)

Panama City Beach, FL

Real Estate

Would you want to purchase real estate in the area? If you do, where would you buy in? What community? Why?  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #1)

Panama City Beach, FL

Panama City Beach City Council Passes Tent Ordinance

Its not that the city wants to throw away your stuff, its that vagrants and bums will begin to take shelter and use the tents as homes. The city has spent a lot of money trying to keep the city beautiful, and the last thing they want is a tent city forming on the beach every night, full of vagrants. The city already has a program where they will pay for a one way bus ticket for any vagrant, with the stipulation that they wont return to the area. Its a good program, and helps keep our homeless population down. Besides, I would much rather wake up and see a clean, white beach, than everyone's stuff they left out all night.  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #5)

Panama City Beach, FL

PCB Named One of America's Top 10 Trashiest Spring Break ...

Yes, of course, there will be more trash produced when you have severe increases in the population during short periods of time. With thousands of people in the same area, each of them producing plenty of trash, its no wonder the beaches are dirty. The city does a good job of trying to prevent the problem, but if they really wanted to completely control it, they would have to hire a full time garbage staff for the beach alone, to keep up with the amount of trash beiong placed in the trash cans on the beach. They are emptied multiple times a day, and they still are full. THe problem isnt with the city, or the beaches, but with the inconsiderate people that look, and go well the trash can is full, ill just leave my trash here. Place your trash by the trash can if nothing else. You wouldnt want to step on something with your bare foot that could possibly place you in the hospital and ruin your vacation, and neither do we.  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #21)

Panama City Beach, FL

Why the Beach?

Why do you love the beach? What makes the beach so special? is it owning a piece of heaven in the form of Panama City Real estate? is it visiting the worlds most beautiful beaches? is it the partys and spring break? is it Bike week? What makes you simply love the Gulf Coast?  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #1)

Panama City Beach, FL


Yes they do. They hold fireworks shows (professional ones) all along along the gulf for the 4th, and in Destin, they have a fireworks show every Thursday night during the summer, as a tribute and salute to the troops.  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #2)

Panama City Beach, FL

Seaweed on Panama City Beach

Any large storm off the Gulf has the ability to bring in seaweed. As for where I live on the Gulf, we didn't get massive amounts of seaweed, but we did get some (I would say a little more than on a regular usual day). The good is though that the seaweed doesnt affect local values of http:[//www.panama]real estate in Panama City Beach like some other things can.  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #3)

Panama City Beach, FL

A sad situation

Panama City Beach is a wonderful place. Yes we have hundreds of thousands of people on our shores visiting every year, but this is how we make our money. This is how our economy works. We depend on the hundreds of thousands of Americans who love the beach and make the yearly trek to it. We depend on the money they bring. If it wasn't for the tourist season, the entire region would go broke very quickly. We are very thankful for the tourists, but just ask them to come and party and play responsibly, so that everyone can enjoy together!  (Jul 16, 2012 | post #1)

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