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Atlanta spring break gone wild? Rosemary Beach, Seacrest invoke curfew

Atlanta spring break has long been recognized as one of the busiest if not rowdiest times on otherwise quiet 30A in the Florida panhandle.

But this year’s spring break for Atlanta has apparently gotten out of hand at popular 30A developments including Rosemary Beach, Seacrest and the Villages of South Walton. The developments on 30A in South Walton have implemented an emergency curfew for the remainder of this week due to problems with “underage drinking , large fights, unruly teens, belligerent teen with police.”

“This week has been a nightmare,” according to Anita Sanders, who sent an email to WJHG/WECP TV stations explaining the emergency curfew for the remainder of this week in these 30A areas.

Sanders told the TV station that “live music at the Peddlers Pavilion has been cancelled for Thursday and Friday nights. The Villages of South Walton will also not allow anyone on property without armbands issued by the Village after 8 pm.”

 

Schools in the metro Atlanta area are on spring break through the end of this week.