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Randy Chapman

So let us get this right. The owners of an exclusive, non-public, private property are seeking monies from FEMA to dredge the canals that naturally have silted in over the years the place has been there? Seems legit to me. Again, more welfare at the taxpayer's expense.

Angela Leviner

Frank Schilero stopped the plastering of the swimming pools this past weekend which caused over $20,000 in damages. The Home Owners Association allows Quiet work on Sundays only but the directors said plastering was not Quiet work and stopped the repairs. There is not a new date available for the contractor to return at this time to repair the damages

Randy Chapman

Are taxpayers paying for plastering of the swimming pools?

Angela Leviner

No. All work including repairs of damages are being paid by the commercial owner who is the largest tax payer. Thanks for asking who is paying

Roger De Spain

Undoubtedly the Leviners were aware of the navigability of the channel along with the condition of the bulkheads before they bought the properties. (Either they knew, or they’re incredibly stupid people!) Thus they probably bought on the cheap gambling that it would get fixed, sooner rather than later, and they’d end up with a great deal. Even if it’s dredged, the main channel will continue to silt up since about a third of it isn’t bullheaded on the north side of the waterway…

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