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  • Ocean Springs pulled their building permit then stopped talking to them, couple says

    Corey and Miranda Chaney had received all the permits they were told they needed to build their new home. Then, the Chaneys said, a neighbor complained and the city pulled their permits. That was in July and they still don’t have a resolution and their building material has been ruined by the rain.

Corey and Miranda Chaney had received all the permits they were told they needed to build their new home. Then, the Chaneys said, a neighbor complained and the city pulled their permits. That was in July and they still don’t have a resolution and their building material has been ruined by the rain. John Fitzhugh Jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Corey and Miranda Chaney had received all the permits they were told they needed to build their new home. Then, the Chaneys said, a neighbor complained and the city pulled their permits. That was in July and they still don’t have a resolution and their building material has been ruined by the rain. John Fitzhugh Jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

They’re homeless in a million-dollar neighborhood. Why did Ocean Springs pull their permit?

September 12, 2017 5:00 AM