Storm-struck marinas are swamped by rules

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In 45 years of operation, the Munro family never saw anything like the 30 inches of water in their marina's engine shop. Full Story
Judith Galdi

Tuckerton, NJ

#1 Jan 30, 2013
Seems like a plan to have a mass exodus of people out of their properties so the big money investors can move in and buy up everything cheap.dISASTER AND LOSS FOR SOME IS PROFIT AND OPORTUNITY FOR OTHERS.

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