I doubt you read the paper, but if you do I hope you find it in your heart to return the bike! What is wrong with people?

Our little safe community here at our condo has been violated and infiltrated with theft.


I want to say to whoever stole the special needs bicycle from our bike rack the other night, it really pisses me off. You stole a bike from an elderly lady who lost her husband a few years ago; she has physical issues and uses a cane.


She bought the three-wheeled bike specifically for this trip to Okaloosa Island so she would be able to exercise and enjoy the outdoors. Thanks to some criminal who doesn't respect other people’s property she is stuck.


I doubt you read the paper, but if you do I hope you find it in your heart to return the bike! What is wrong with people?


Cheryl Trapnell, Fort Walton Beach


Is there any doubt that vacationers are not going to be coming back to Destin in the future?


After our not-so-bright state legislators and ex-Gov. Rick Scott passed HB-631 to start the path to destroying the Florida tourism industry by allowing private beaches and making it hard to use the customary use laws, remember who did this.


Walton County has been by themselves trying to overturn this, with no help. Our beaches are what built this area and now HB-631 and our beaches are what is going to destroy Destin.


Since I am a full-time resident, having less traffic and waits in long lines will probably be better for me, but I can see restaurants, shopping and vacation attractions eventually closing ... which leads to less jobs.


The people that we voted to the Legislature and now Sen. Scott don’t deserve our votes.


Lastly, go look at the beach and view the insanity with ugly signs and roped-off areas. I now see that these ugly beach barricades are going up all over the state. Thank you Walton County for at least trying to end this. None of your other counties seem to be helping.


Governor DeSantis, find a way to overturn HB-631 or lose your largest Industry.


Jim Sfakianos, Destin