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What: The Board of County Commissioners of Clay County, Florida, is seeking to establish a new
chapter 2.4 of the Clay County code entitled "Public Nudity Regulations."
The proposed ordinance states public nudity in and of itself increases adverse secondary effects such as, but not limited to, incidents of prostitution, sexual assaults and batteries, attracts other criminal activity to the community, and encourages degradation of women and other activities which breakdown societal and family structures. This ordinance, in addition to prohibiting all public nudity would make the establishment of a nudist resort in the county difficult if not impossible. See the complete ordinance at the link below:
Show your support by joining us at Board of County Commissioners' Meeting Room on the fourth floor of the Administration Building, 477 Houston Street, Green Cove Springs, Florida (904) 269-6376 at hearing date:
State your reasoning for opposing the ordinance:
If you are a Clay county resident your voice is important and sending a letter or making a phone call to express your opposition to this ordinance will be helpful. The address for the Clay County Commission is listed above.
AANR will closely monitor progress of this ordinance along with The Naturist Action Committee (NAC) to promote and defend the freedom to be nude at nude beaches, designated public lands, resorts and clubs, and in the privacy of your own home.
Representative Bill Hager, Vice-Chair Criminal Justice Sub-Committee is a current member of the Florida House and running for re-election.
Our lobbyist, Ramon Maury, has been in Palm Beach volunteering in Rep. Bill Hager’s re-election campaign and has called requesting an urgent need for additional volunteers for Bill Hager’s campaign.
Last year’s Florida legislative session saw two bills to amend Florida’s Indecent Exposure Statute 800.03. The amendments would make a second conviction for nude sunbathing or skinny-dipping a felony and would have authorized the police or deputies to cite you on suspicion.
Through the efforts of AANR-Florida and SFFB/FNA lobbyist, Ramon Maury we were able to get the bills held in committee. Those bills will be back in the next legislative session. We need access to members of all the criminal justice committees to plead our opposition to theunwarranted extension of the domain of sexual criminality into the area of simple nudity.
Representative Bill Hager has been open-minded on our issue. We need him re-elected for that reason.
Contact: Michael McMillan, Campaign Manager today! Phone: 561-902-7282. He will give you the address and time of their meetings and action plans. Tell him Ramon Maury asked you to help!
Dress code: Business causal. Your clothes should complement the candidate. You will be working alongside Rep. Bill Hager. We need to get this done before Nov. 4, Election Day.
Your participation is an important part of our Government Affairs Program. Thank You for your participation.
Come out November 7, 8 and 9, and join AANR-Florida at Sunny Sands for the Veterans Day Charity Golf Classic! See the schedule for details.
Veterans Day is an important day in our nudist community. There are several clubs and individual nudists that are finding ways to thank the men and women who have given so freely to protect our freedoms on this day. The Charity Golf Outing is the perfect opportunity to join other nudists in a great event while thanking our veterans.
Are you an avid golfer and playing golf naked was on your bucket list? Do you enjoy being naked and thought golf might be fun? Have you tried DISC Golf - the fastest growing craze out there? Do you support our veterans and are looking for ways to give back through our nudist community? Or do you just enjoy being around other nudists and having fun? This is the weekend you can have it all!
Join AANR Florida as we partner with Sunny Sands for the Veterans Day Naked Golf Charity Classic. Sunny Sands is home to a “non-PGA” course, and everyone is invited to participate regardless of their skill level.
Registration will include “golf bag”, tournament play, event tee shirt, drink specials and discounts, free grounds fees on Sunday, disc golf challenge and prizes. The coveted Royal Blue Jacket will be awarded, along with prizes for best Golf Name, Team Play, Disc Golf Challenge and Best Golf Outfit.
Proceeds from this event will be donated to the Daytona Veterans Home of Florida in response to their request for assistance in generating monies toward a therapeutic hot tub. Sunny Sands will also be donating a portion of its grounds fees and rentals from that weekend to the Home.
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