The state of Florida is expected to reopen in late January after more than a decade of closures.
Florida’s beaches, which have been in a state of severe decline since Hurricane Andrew in 1997, will reopen in early February.
But that hasn’t stopped local governments and businesses from looking to build their own glass barriers to protect their properties from the weather.
Here’s what you need to know about how Florida is planning to reopen.
Glass barriers are typically made of glass or glass panels, and they are designed to withstand the harsh conditions of Florida’s storm surges and heavy rains that can result from hurricane season.
Glass barriers can be used to protect homes from flooding, damage from storm surges, and even from hurricanes.
They are often installed on roads and in parking lots, to protect from debris and other natural phenomena that could cause a landslide.
But in recent years, Florida’s state government has been considering the possibility of building barriers that would be a little more aesthetically pleasing and have more impact on the environment.
A proposed glass barrier would be taller and more sturdy than the current barrier that currently sits in the water in Pismo Beach.
The new glass barrier, which would be the tallest in Florida, would cover 2,000 square feet of land at Pismo, according to a press release from the Florida Department of Transportation.
The new barrier would also cover more than 1,000 feet in length, which could potentially help protect homes and businesses when the storm surge from Hurricane Andrew hits.
It’s unclear exactly how much glass the barrier would contain, or how much of it would be used.
The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) estimates that the barrier could take up to 1,100 years to complete.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DEPOR) said that it’s planning to review its plan and make a decision about whether to proceed with the project.
Officials are expected to discuss whether to build the barrier at least two more times during the next two years.
It is unknown if the barrier will be constructed in the existing Pismo beach, but officials have been talking about the possibility for a while.
Officials have been consulting with local officials, business owners and residents to decide what’s best for their property and for their community.
The project has been on the DEPOR’s radar for a number of years, but there was no public input about its potential to create a barrier on the beach, officials said in a press conference last year.
Pismo Beach is the location of the beach where the barrier is proposed to be built.
It’s one of the largest stretches of beach in the state.
The barrier would need to be placed on the entire length of the stretch of beach.
Pisco Beach is home to several historic structures including the original Pismo lighthouse and a former Pismo hotel.
It was also home to the famous Alamo and the St. Augustine Art Museum until the 1980s.
The DEPORS website says the project will cost about $200,000.
But there’s no estimate of what that would cost in terms of maintenance and security measures.