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hard to get to beach
There is a very small area in front of the so called "right of way", (the street stub called Cove Place) that is 30 feet wide and travels to the left at about 10 degrees, all the way to the water. Once below the high water mark, you are free to go anywhere, all the way down to the seawall if you want at low tide. However, there is no "public beach" there, only the right to access below the high tide line. No one has "beach rights" except the owners of the property along the beach. All of the rest of the area is PRIVATE BEACH. Anthony's palm trees are on HIS PRIVATE BEACH. He does however, allow people to use the beach in front of Anthony Ocean View. How do I know? My family has had a house on this beach, "Crescent Beach", since 1926. We keep it clean, we pay for seawalls, we take care of storm damage, and we pay for the liability insurance. And, Anthony grooms the ENTIRE beachfront , every day with a special machine.
The crap parked on Cove Place, I have no knowledge about obstruction permits given by the City, or the right to have things parked there.
If you want to lay on the sand, go to Lighthouse. If you want to go to a private beach, join a beach club or buy a house on Crescent Beach. Feel free to confirm this with Engineering and the Parks department.
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