Stack flak: After an expensive nine years, the Village of Tiki Island has agreed to settle a lawsuit, allow a proposed dry-stack boat storage development to proceed and to compensate the plaintiff.

The zoning restriction dispute between the village and Premier Tierra, a subsidiary of IBC Bank, ended last month after years of litigation, appeals, and a “significant amount of money,” the canal community spent on attorneys’ fees, according to a letter the board of aldermen sent to residents last week.

Laura Elder: 409-683-5248; laura.elder@galvnews.com

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Paul R Heinrich

Will the new location for JSCFCU have a drive through?

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Laura Elder

I'm not sure, but will find out.

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