The matriarch of the Dedeaux family, Christine Dedeaux, 83, wonders if she will live to see the end of a 20-year-old legal battle with the city of Gulfport over Dedeaux Utility Co. The city took the Dedeauxs to eminent domain court in 1996 to take over the utility after annexation, but the case remains unresolved.
The matriarch of the Dedeaux family, Christine Dedeaux, 83, wonders if she will live to see the end of a 20-year-old legal battle with the city of Gulfport over Dedeaux Utility Co. The city took the Dedeauxs to eminent domain court in 1996 to take over the utility after annexation, but the case remains unresolved. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
The matriarch of the Dedeaux family, Christine Dedeaux, 83, wonders if she will live to see the end of a 20-year-old legal battle with the city of Gulfport over Dedeaux Utility Co. The city took the Dedeauxs to eminent domain court in 1996 to take over the utility after annexation, but the case remains unresolved. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

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October 27, 2016 5:00 AM