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Beach Walkers Get More Access

Yes, this is really vague. If beach walkers get to sit on chairs and camp out in front of private property, I would suggest that waterfront property owners get an immediate tax reduction...pay the same taxes as the non-waterfront owners!



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you bought beach front not the lake,i dont think you would be allowed to camp out on the beach,you are waterfront so if you have a problem with that take it up with "gran" home8/4/2005 6:25:53 AM
skidoo
you bought beach front not the lake,i dont think you would be allowed to camp out on the beach,you are waterfront so if you have a problem with that take it up with "grand" home8/4/2005 6:25:53 AM
skidoo
Rule of thumb: the ordinary high water mark generally corresponds with the line of debris washed up on shore. This should have been mentioned in this article, as it is a very useful bit of information for those who want to enjoy the shore while respecting the law and littoral owners' privacy. Also, there is a lot of concern being expressed regarding people having wild parties in front of private homes. Is this currently a big problem?8/4/2005 9:42:48 AM
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