This week in history: Montessori and kings and queens

Published: Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 12:54 PM.

After two years, Sandestin resort was granted federal and state wetlands permits, which means it can continue developing according to its master plan with a few environmental adjustments.

Sandestin Resort’s reservations staff received a check for $3,150 for exceeding an expected fiscal quarter goal by $294,000.

10 years ago — 2003

Jason Comer and his associates at EBSCO Gulf Coast Development Inc. plan to remove 400 cubic yards of black peat and replace with white sand to build a 599-unit resort community.

TDC planned to ask the Walton Board of County Commissioners to adopt a resolution that establishes an Erosion Control Line on Walton County beaches.

TDC pushed for a penny raise in bed tax.

Catherine Beall hired as the director of soon to be built private Montessori school, site not found yet in Walton County .



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