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Re-entry tags may be necessary to re-enter Alligator Point

  Emergency Management re-entry tags may be necessary to re-enter Alligator Point following Hurricane Irma Depending on the extent of infrastructure damage, power, road, etc., access to Alligator Point, Bald Point may be restricted by Franklin County Government. Franklin County Emergency Management has re-entry forms they issue which identify holders as Alligator Point property owners. […]

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Alligator Harbor Aquatic Preserve Management Plan Public Meeting, Tuesday, August 15

Alligator Harbor Aquatic Preserve Management Plan Public Meeting, Tuesday, August 15, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., at Florida State University, Coastal and Marine Laboratory, 3618 Coastal Highway 98, St. Teresa, FL 32358 Public Notice: http://www.apta-fl.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/CCF_000028.pdf   A draft Alligator Harbor Aquatic Preserve Management Plan has been prepared by the Florida Coastal Office. The draft plan is available for […]

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Franklin County Commission Discusses Long Term Repair of Alligator Drive

The Franklin County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) at it’s meeting on May 16, 2017, discussed their concern for the long term survival of Alligator Drive. Alan Pierce presented a well documented presentation to the Commissioners regarding the options for the long term protection of Alligator Drive where it is vulnerable near the old KOA. […]

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Alligator Point/St Teresa Board Meeting May 13, 2017 Report

Alligator Point / Saint Teresa Association (APSTA) May 13, 2017 Board Meeting Report The primary focus of this meeting centered on Alan Pierce’s remarks and discussions in behalf of the Franklin County Board of Commissioners (BOCC) pertaining to their consideration of a shoreline protection project designed to protect the critically eroding areas of Alligator Drive. […]

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Alligator Drive New Traffic Signal Installed

Traffic Control Devices are now in place to manage one lane traffic on the storm damaged section of Alligator Drive. Notification from Franklin County: “The signals are set to expect people to drive 15 to 20 mph through the one lane section.  It will take about 45 seconds for a vehicle going 15 mph to get through […]

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Alligator Point Video by Isaac Lang

To view in full screen, click on the four arrows between HD and vimeo at the bottom right of the screen

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DOT Supports Waiver for Alligator Drive Road Repair

At the Feb. 21 Franklin County Board of County Commissioners, the Florida Dept. of Transportation (DOT) was present and responded to two requests from the county commission.      1.  The Board has repeatedly asked the state to take over all of Alligator Drive.  On Tuesday, DOT representatives presented the commission with a letter from the Disrict Secretary saying […]

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Notice of Important Meeting

Notice of Important Meeting Those of us relying on Alligator Drive for ingress and egress to our properties and for other purposes may be interested in attending the next Franklin County Board of Commissioners regular scheduled meeting on February 21, 2017 at 9:00 am. The following letter from the Chairman, Franklin County Board of Commissioners […]

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Franklin County Public Notice Right of Way Debris

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Franklin County has issued a public notice regarding right of way debris. The notice defines what is acceptable and emphasizes that contracts cannot dump construction debris anywhere in Franklin County on the right of way. Click on notice link below.

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No Dumping Signs Being Erected at Alligator Point

No Dumping signs being erected at Alligator Point http://www.apta-fl.org/no-dumping/

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