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Posted by:Aug 18th 2010, 12:01:51 pm
jenkinsNo no no!! Its 3 stories!! I hear its going to be ceased!!
Posted by:Aug 16th 2010, 01:05:55 pm
KimberlyHey, Jenkins. It's nice to see that the house is being rebuilt so quickly. Bill posted a few photographs recently at Facebook, and it doesn't look as though he's going any higher than the two storeys allowed on Harbour Island. Are you perhaps thinking of some of the houses along Nesbitt Street in the Narrows?
Posted by:Aug 15th 2010, 07:48:14 am
jenkinsWe are happy that the new sea dream house is being rebuilt, but look at the size of it! It looks like a sore thumb in the tiny community in which it is being built.

It is alleged that the house was burnt down, but no signs of forced entry were found. No reports of shattering glass by neighbours, how is this possible? It looks to me like its about 3 stories high!..Isn't there a building code prohibiting the construction of such magnitude on harbour island, i personally think they are over doing it!!

It is said that the Corcorans have shamelessly blamed locals for their demise, which is certainly false pretence..How can someone cause fire to a locked house! Are there ghosts on Harbour Island?

With that said, the Corcorans should not blame natives, and then still hire them to slave in the hot son tirelessly to rebuilt her home. LOOK AT THE SIZE OF IT!!, and look at the rate in which it is just springing up!

The Corcorans should be greatful, not blame anyone for what is obviously an accident!

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