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Who is this developer you're referring too? What neighborhoods has he ruined? Several of these comments seem to be aimed at preserving what some people, without credentials consider wetlands. A wetlands survey is required to build in areas like you are referring too. If you don't do the survey, you don't get a building permit. Perhaps your criticism should not be aimed at the developer or the commissioners, but maybe at what we consider wetlands. As for right now, we cannot ask an investor who has purchased land with the intent of developing it to hold off because we don't want to see another home go up. If he is within the confines of the law, then certainly you agree he should be able to build. If you do not, then your best course of action would be to purchase the land yourself in order to preserve it. There are also agencies, such as the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust that can help with this endeavor. Moreover, I am most interested in who the developer is that you are referring too, and what neighborhoods he has ruined.


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