This week in Walton history: Frosty the signage scofflaw

Published: Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 05:17 PM.

Candace Herrick, owner of Candace & Company Décor just west of County Road 30A, was ordered by Code Enforcement to remove Frosty, the inflatable snowman, because he was in violation of Chapter 13 of the signage code.

While the number of drug arrests in Walton County increased 57 percent since 2000, only one such case has resulted in a conviction by jury in that time period. Although the largest increase in felony charges related to manufacture and sale of methamphetamine, many walked out of court with only probation.

Mayor Mickey Marse of Freeport and the Walton County Economic Development Council announced the acquisition of a new industrial plant that will provide 100 new jobs in Freeport .

Russell Cottage in Rosemary Beach was named the 2003 Home of the Year in “Builder” magazine’s annual Builder’s Choice awards.


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