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“No Lawyers Need Apply!” - Take Back Our Beaches Group Asserts Grassroots Strategy, Shuns Legal Intervention

Updated: Jun 8

WALTON COUNTY, FL - In a bold declaration of independence from legal entanglements, the Take Back Our Beaches group has affirmed its commitment to a grassroots approach in reclaiming public beach access.


Rejecting the notion of legal intervention, the group's spokesperson emphasized their determination to tackle the issue head-on without the assistance of lawyers.


"Lawyers created this mess, and the idea that they could solve it is kind of a joke to us," stated the spokesperson.


Instead, the group plans to engage directly with the community, opting for a door-to-door campaign to raise awareness, gather support, and collect signatures for their petition.



With a firm belief in the power of citizen action, they aim to mobilize residents to take ownership of the issue and advocate for change themselves.


Their strategy underscores a deep-seated conviction in the principles of democracy, with the group confident that real change comes from the collective voice of the people, not legal maneuvering.


"While we appreciate the expertise of our legal friends, we're taking a different approach," added the spokesperson. "We're focused on empowering our community to stand up for what's right and make our voices heard directly."


The Take Back Our Beaches group's grassroots movement signals a shift in the traditional methods of advocacy, highlighting the importance of community engagement and active citizen participation in shaping public policy.


As they march forward with their campaign, they remain steadfast in their belief that the path to change lies in the hands of the people.


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