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30A Seagrove Nextdoor Group Lambastes Charles Galloway for Backing Customary Use


In a rather intriguing turn of events, county commissioner candidate Charles Galloway finds himself in the crosshairs of criticism from his neighbors in the 30A Seagrove Nextdoor group.


Galloway, hailing from a prominent 30A family deeply rooted in Old Seagrove and Grayton Beach, has become a lightning rod for controversy due to his vocal support of customary use rights and the restoration of Walton County beaches.


Despite his efforts to champion these causes, Galloway's stance has been met with disapproval from his neighbors, who have taken to Nextdoor to express their grievances and urge Galloway to reconsider his position.


In response, Galloway has maintained a stance of respect for their freedom of speech, even as he disagrees with their sentiments.


However, the irony of the situation is not lost on Galloway, who points out that the voices clamoring on Nextdoor may not necessarily represent the most insightful or productive solutions.


While his neighbors may believe that simply asking for the return of the beaches will suffice, Galloway is acutely aware of the complexities and backroom dealings that led to their loss in the first place.


As someone deeply entrenched in both the local beach culture and political landscape of Walton County, Galloway is not willing to sit idly by and hope for the best.


He knows that reclaiming the beaches will require a concerted effort and a willingness to confront powerful interests head-on.


While his neighbors may choose to remain passive observers, Galloway is committed to taking action and fighting for what he believes is right, even if it means facing criticism from those closest to him.


And as the battle for customary use rights rages on, Galloway remains undeterred in his quest to restore Walton County's beaches for the benefit of all.

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