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SANTA, ROSA BEACH, FL, August 24, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Another solution to the Customary Use Dispute.
New 501(3)c, Preserving South Walton, Inc, offers cooler option to heated argument.
Preserving South Walton Inc, (PSW, INC) a nonprofit founded to preserve beaches beauty and encourage responsible growth of the South Walton County area, announces a new initiative to end the battle on customary use.
Giving the reasoning behind this campaign, President, Wes Herndon said, "Unfortunately, courts and county commissions don't always offer legitimate avenues for compromise. As a result, their decisions leave people bitter and resentful. We believe we all have the heart to be better than that. By initiating this campaign, we believe we are enacting a good neighbor solution that takes the human element into account…it not only preserves South Walton's access to sand, it preserves stewardship and relationships."
Through Local contributions, partnerships, agreements, and grants, PSW, Inc's goal is to secure and/or gain access to properties. In doing so, this will permit access to others who would use that property responsibly, and simultaneously limit the liability of the landholder. As a result, an acceptable compromise between all parties can be reached.
"This entire dispute has already turned toxic, and if it keeps progressing, it could get even worse." says Steve Burnett, PSW, INC'S Vice President. Is that something we really want?"
In the coming week, Preserving South Walton, INC plans to announce a public Q&A forum and is currently in the process of forming a volunteer advisory committee. To become involved, contribute, or assist PSW, INC and this campaign, visit preservingsouthwalton.org.
Preserving South Walton, INC, is a 501(3)c nonprofit organization that was founded to encourage, educate, and propagate responsible land use and growth in South Walton County Florida.
W. Wesley (Wes) Herndon
President and Executive Director
Cell: (478) 960-0580
Preserving South Walton, Inc
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