Christine Dedeaux, 83, wonders if she will live to see her 20-year-old legal fight resolved with the city of Gulfport. Gulfport v. Dedeaux Utility Co. is on its fourth appeal to the state Supreme Court. Dedeaux is pictured on the steps of City Hall.
Christine Dedeaux, 83, wonders if she will live to see her 20-year-old legal fight resolved with the city of Gulfport. Gulfport v. Dedeaux Utility Co. is on its fourth appeal to the state Supreme Court. Dedeaux is pictured on the steps of City Hall. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
Christine Dedeaux, 83, wonders if she will live to see her 20-year-old legal fight resolved with the city of Gulfport. Gulfport v. Dedeaux Utility Co. is on its fourth appeal to the state Supreme Court. Dedeaux is pictured on the steps of City Hall. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

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