This week in Walton County history

Published: Thursday, January 16, 2014 at 05:40 PM.

The Sandestin Lions Club was praised by the district governor as one of the top five clubs in the district for contributions in 1992/1993.

Posted speed limits in Seaside discourage vehicle traffic, as well as make the Gulf-side town’s streets safer for youngsters at play.

Nearly 150 people made a standing room only crowd at Bay Elementary School to find out how to participate with the South Walton Conservation and Development Trust.

Telephone service was disrupted at Seascape Resort and Conference Center after a fire.

A proposed mini-golf course with a design “compatible with Seaside ” was turned down by the Walton County Planning Commission.

Ninety-five percent of people who responded to a Walton Log question said they wanted to have input into the decision-making process of the South Walton Conservation and Development Trust.

 



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