I just wanted to briefly clear up a couple possible misperceptions from Jon Kaino's recent article on the Seaview dunes.

First, Mr. Kaino implies that the dunes are well protected from development by current regulations. In fact the restriction to five-acre parcels that he mentions provides little, if any, protection. Given the depth of accretions, there is nothing in such regulation to prevent lockstep beachfront development along the whole length of the dunes (with houses at the ends of long, narrow east-west lots- as with the current development proposal).

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