Hearings Set To Discuss Re-regulating Anchoring on Florida’s Waterways - Thoughts?

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  • CaptTaterCaptTater Posts: 20,096 AG
    I dunno but they have made Jupiter and **** ICW slum with derelicts, live aboards with no pump out facilities and sunken boats and they live around the civic center which has bathrooms. It's not freedom, it's abuse is what those pecker heads are doing. And there are no houses around that are griping about the view.
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  • O.SEA.DO.SEA.D Posts: 647 Officer
    CaptTater wrote: »
    I dunno but they have made Jupiter and **** ICW slum with derelicts, live aboards with no pump out facilities and sunken boats and they live around the civic center which has bathrooms. It's not freedom, it's abuse is what those pecker heads are doing. And there are no houses around that are griping about the view.

    x2 - same problem in Cocoa Village, FL. The derelict sail boats are so thick it can be tricky to navigate to the boat ramp. Every storm the boats drag anchor, tearing up what little sea grass is left and who knows what chemicals they are leaking into the water because it seems like one sinks every couple of months and then the county has to pay to salvage it.
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