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    Quote Originally Posted by HDR View Post
    Anybody that like the walk between the center and Kite Beach should go to Bozo beach now. Or school that gives lesson there... no more I say. Big machines in there putting and moving stones almost to the waterline in front of SeaWinds...and yeah it was not even high tide.

    Sad, but I guess money talk.

    Good news. The pile of stone that was close to the water...They are moving stone by stone and putting them alongside the property. If no more stones all should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    I think it is average of high tide line.
    Yes, it is.

    Mean high tide.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HDR View Post
    Good news. The pile of stone that was close to the water...They are moving stone by stone and putting them alongside the property. If no more stones all should be fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by playacaribe2 View Post
    Yes, it is.

    Mean high tide.


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    Playacaribe2


    Mnay waterfront properties have these measurement problems.

    In the case of a clifftop residence on the ocean -
    Is the measurement to include the cliff's height or not?

    Measuring shoreline is an other issue...
    The seller wants to measure every inch of shoreline, bays, inlets- todo
    The buyer looks at point to point... no wiggles in the tape measure.

    Always an argument

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDR View Post
    Good news. The pile of stone that was close to the water...They are moving stone by stone and putting them alongside the property. If no more stones all should be fine.
    so. much ado about nothing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    Mnay waterfront properties have these measurement problems.

    In the case of a clifftop residence on the ocean -
    Is the measurement to include the cliff's height or not?

    Measuring shoreline is an other issue...
    The seller wants to measure every inch of shoreline, bays, inlets- todo
    The buyer looks at point to point... no wiggles in the tape measure.

    Always an argument
    Unless you are on a solid cliff.. the 60 meter set back will change.

    What was 60 meters yesterday is now gone today.

    The tide is so minuscule that it really does not matter with a couple of inches overall.

    I've watched California communities spend millions with big rock protection. I've seen it in the D.R. too.

    Never works. Never

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    With beach erosion, mean high tide can change.

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    before posting, read the title of the thread. next person to go off topic will get an infraction. thanks.

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    Certainly the erosion and the high tide measurement affect the beach walk in the title ?

    No?

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