Share 'Supreme Court ruling may have impact on beachfront owners' rights'
By Kelly Wolfe
The U.S. Supreme Court in June affirmed a ruling that said when public money is
used for beach re-nourishment, the beach then becomes publicly owned, despite
deeds indicating buyers owned the beach down to the high water mark.
The ruling is confusing to landowners like Merrilee Lundquist of Ocean Ridge, who
said she signed an agreement allowing the state to re-nourish the beach w…
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