Repair work to proceed on condemned Carolina Beach condos (NC)

Work to repair condominiums which were condemned in Carolina Beach in late June will proceed after the Carolina Surf Condos homeowners association met with Town of Carolina Beach staff on Friday.  According to an email from Assistant Town Manager Ed Parvin, repairs to the building at 201 Carolina Beach Avenue will cost an estimated $2 million, but should the project cost more than 50 percent of the $8.8 million evaluation, the structure will need to be brought up to current flood, Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) and local zoning codes.    Read the article…………….

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