Hurricane Isaac is becoming a distant memory for many in our area, mostly because the storm caused minor flooding problems for us.
While there isn't a lot of structural damages due to Hurricane Isaac. Representatives from Panama City Beach are looking into the damages on the beach.
The biggest impact from the storm was felt on beach because of increased wave action, but officials say they won't be able to see what, and how much, damage was done until the storm surge dies down.
"We've not been able to get out on the beach," says Panama City Beach City Manager, Mario Gisbert. "The wave action is still a little too large for us to get out of the beach and look at the conditions of the surge and how it reacted with our white, sandy beach."
Residents hope the assessment will be done soon and work to re-nourish the beach.
"I've told people for many years, I always wanted to live by the water. I didn't want to live on top of the water. If we have another storm, I will live on top of the water because there won't be any beach."