Figure Eight Island’s authority to build erosion structure challenged (NC)

A North Carolina environmental organization is challenging the Figure Eight Island Homeowners Association’s authority to build an erosion-prevention structure on the private island, citing opposition by some residents that would have to grant access to their land.  In a Sept. 29 letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the North Carolina Coastal Federation asked that the permit application for the terminal groin structure be returned to the homeowners association marked “incomplete and inaccurate.”    Read the article…………


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