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Standing on the beach at Royal Palm looking north toward San Pedro I can no longer see the beach, water or boats past Grand colany. They basicly have obstructed the view. This is a monster of a dock - it sticks high out of the water and is also very long.

Is this legal?


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There is a new pier at Las Terrazas that is much taller. The pier design specs are sent to housing and planning, the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Town Council. All entities must grant approval prior to construction. I am guessing they built it so high in that area because all previous piers have been ripped out by the high surge that runs through that area due to the San Pedro cut.


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