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Coastal Companies and Brunswick County

I Own a Home in Ocean Ridge Plantation but I do not live there full-time.

The one thing am very disappointed about with Brunswick County is the utility costs for water and electric which are far greater than what I pay in New York State which has been supposedly the highest in the country.

If you add up all the expenses as:
Taxes
Homeowners Association Fees
Wind and Hail Insurance
Utility Costs

it is considerably more expensive to live in Ocean Ridge plantation than it is to live in New York.

Also the corruption and Brunswick County and the North Carolina is frightening.

Look at former NC Sen. RC Soles
Brunswick County Sheriff's that were running major drug operations get a six-year sentence send out in three years. That's a disgrace by itself.

Brunswick County and the Board of Commissioners simply incompetent.
I don't really believe it is a single commission on the board but has any education to speak of or any business Expo. Instead would greatly qualify him for such a position.

These jobs are typically sought after for the kickbacks they receive from contractors.

In 2011 Brunswick County commissioners voted themselves a 100% pay increase. I am sure they deserve that, what work it actually do?
These positions should be purely voluntary.

Brunswick County has allowed in excess of overdevelopment and now all these new plantations that they're completely empty.

This causes property values to plummet due to the supply far greater than demand.

Take my advice stay out of Brunswick County, NC.

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