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Submitted by Guest461 (not verified) on Mon, 02/18/2008 - 2:18pm.
You have stated good and valid points here. The only problem is that the taxpayers have no choice that their money may go to beach house rescue even though poor and unregulated choices were made to build there. Remember when the private Island "Figure Eight" was swatted by hurricane Fran? The taxpayers money was spent to clean the wealthy peoples mess up then, but the taxpayers can't go over the bridge and use the beaches there because it's PRIVATE. It may have something to do with a few politicians owning property there, ya thank???? Even now, without any major storm impact in the last several years, a few Einstein wanna-bees currently have Rich's Inlet licking at their lower levels. Would anyone like to venture a guess as to who will pay for the cleanup and removal when the sea finally takes them???
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