EDWARD AND CAROLYN Latham view proposed changes for the CCCL on their property. A state proposal to move the coastal construction control line (CCCL) in Walton County did not raise a great deal of interest, but several local couples attended a June 2 hearing on the proposal in Santa Rosa Beach, to listen and comment. Attendees at the June 2 public hearing consulted maps showing the proposed CCCL modification. Gene Chalecki, program administrator for the state Bureau of Coastal Systems, went into detail on the proposed CCCL changes. In summary, the proposal calls for a zero to 35-foot landward change of the CCCL in the Dune Allen area, the Blue Mountain Beach area, and the Gulf Trace area. In the Grayton Beach area, no change is proposed outside the state park property. In Seaside, the proposed change is 20 feet or less, and in Seagrove Beach, 25 feet or less. In no instance is the CCCL being proposed to move seaward, and Seagrove Beach is the eastern extent of the proposed change, which will impact 96 properties in Walton County.