The Town and Florida Audubon join together in their lawsuit to stop the FDEP from issuing our permit to have a walkover. The Permit is an ERP, "Environmental Resource Permit". It has to do mostly with environmental impact.
After the FDEP studies were completed, it was decided the walkover would have very little impact on the environment and Kurt and I were required to purchase a mangrove mitigation on Pine Island.
The filing of the lawsuit to block the permit obviously required Kurt and I to hire a law firm to represent us and protect our right to the permit.
Soon after we hired our attorneys, they were in contact with the FDEP and we were advised that the FDEP would be joining with our attorneys to combat the Town and Florida Audubon.
Does is seem odd that the FDEP joins our attorneys to protect our permit against the Town and Florida Audubon?
Florida Statute 253.141
Right of Ingress and Egress on property Owned or Leased to the MHL