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The Very Best of Florida

From WindMark Beach To Indian Pass

The Forgotten Coast awaits!  With our sugar white sands and emerald green waters you are just a few steps away from the vacation of a lifetime.  Our pet friendly, family oriented beaches are among some of the most beautiful in the world.  Nature surrounds you without depriving you of the conveniences of great local restaurants, antique stores and trendy boutiques.  Come see how Florida was meant to be experienced without the crowds and traffic.  Immerse yourself in the slow pace and gentile way of living while making memories to last a life time in one of our breathtaking homes.  Cape and Coast Vacation Rentals boasts some of the best homes on the Forgotten Coast!  We understand how precious your vacation time is and we want to help you savor every special memory made and every spectacular sunset shared.

Life is short ... so vacation well!

 

Beach Renourishment Update:  

Beach Restoration- Warren presented the latest problem and possible delay of getting sand on the Beach. In July, Warren had spoken to the BOCC on the delay from Treasury releasing the funding, causing a pushback of the start date to October. The staff has been trying diligently to move Treasury to release the $2.8 million from Pot 1 of the Restore Funds which the BOCC dedicated to the Beach Restoration Project in 2016. These are NOT Federal funds but funds that ‘belong’ to Gulf County from the settlement from the Oil Spill, being administered through the US Treasury. In July USFWL notified Treasury that the funds could not be used for the beach restoration based on the CBRA designation on the Peninsula. Treasury has told our County staff that they received the letter from USFWL but do not want to share the letter or its contents but have referred it to their “legal counsel” for determination.
Treasury is aware of the time line that the County is under with our dredging company in terms of having the Beach Restoration project. If the County cannot commit to the contract by the middle of September, then Manson, our dredging company, cannot hold their equipment to begin the project in October. The next window for them to begin pumping sand is June, 2019. The County Commissioners discussed and continue to be committed to the efforts of removing CBRA from the Peninsula, which would remove this threat to our environment and cost from our citizens in the future. We are totally at the mercy of Treasury and USFWL in terms of saving our homes and environment on the Peninsula, but Government Bureaucrats could seem to care less.

Cape and Coast Vacation Rentals 433 Cape San Blas Road Cape San Blas, FL 32456 1-877-238-4745 Reservations@capeandcoast.com

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