A Sandy headache that won’t go away (DE)

Superstorm Sandy flooding made Richard Heubeck’s Selbyville condominium unit legally uninhabitable, but nonetheless he’s been living there for years. This is no secret; Sussex County officials know he’s living there without a necessary certificate of occupancy. State officials are aware, too.   Read the article…………


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