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Developed coasts change natural beach processes, and we have all seen that once beach development begins – more follows. Every building alters the dune ecosystem.

 

Unfortunately, almost all of Florida’s beaches are disappearing due to development significantly reducing the diversity and abundance of wildlife species that depend on beach habitats. 

 


The impacts of decades of coastal development and pollution are endangering Florida’s marine ecosystems. We need to preserve what is left of nature for future generations, and respect the habitat of other organisms who lived here first.

Oppose beach development in the City of Boca Raton? Contact your elected officials today.

Voice your opinion about destruction to our greatest asset, the beach. These City Officials have the final say in beach development.

Andrea Levine O’Rourke

aorourke@ci.boca-raton.fl.us 


Monica Mayotte

MMayotte@ci.boca-raton.fl.us


Scott Singer

ssinger@ci.boca-raton.fl.us 


Jeremy Rodgers

 jrodgers@ci.boca-raton.fl.us

Andy Thomson

athomson@myboca.us

Articles.

September 28, 2015

2500 N Ocean Blvd

It is of major importance for the Zoning Board of Appeals (“ZBA”) to deny the application for a variance to the setbacks for 2500 N Ocean Blvd.

The applicant , Natural Land, LLC, knew full well when they...

September 27, 2015

I wish to thank the hired guns at Gray Robinson for working over the the Mayor & members of City Council the past many, many months, greasing the skids for probably granting not 1 but 2 variances so a house that does not...

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