i have a strong feeling that bolivar, crystal beach and the gilchrist area will come back ... eventually.
I guess what it would take is a council and CofC that understands that certain residents of texas would prefer something other than a virtually untouchable wilderness area, or completely built-up (and ruined) beachfront. Gimme a couple of shacks with window units and a clear view of the water from the road is all I ask. Keep the Sky Skrapers in Miami and South Padre.surffan said:Those old places in Port A were cheap shacks for a reason. Any state subsidized insurance pool should only cover up to maybe $30k after that you are on your own. Does not mean you can't build the McMansion (or buy private insurance) just don't use my tax dollars to help.
This will never happen because developers, banks, Chamber of Commerce types, etc. have to big an interest in seeing that the property gets developed at higher and higher values.