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Submitted by CINDY (not verified) on Mon, 05/05/2008 - 12:22pm.
I remember a time when CB was the blue collar beach & it was packed for years during the in season. But when our administrators decided they wanted "better, upper class people" to grace the presence of CB then that's when CB started to become less packed. Yes, I would love to have a "boardwalk" for the residents & tourists alike, no matter their income. I would clear everything in the CBD area first, including the Marriott, it just seems out of place. Provide a 200 foot oceanfront buffer for the hurricane tidal surges, then I would design that no buildings are over 50ft., ground level all parking, 2-3 levels above the parking, north CBD with local motels with conference centers, central CBD with gamerooms, shopping, family amusements, movie house, restaurants, etc. then the south CBD with dance halls, bars & lounges & an area for street dancing. Very strict building & zoning laws & no conditions or giving streets away to developers. We need to become stricter with what is developed on CB because the current rate destruction & pollution of our environment is unacceptable.
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