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  • Residents are telling me they're running out of money

    Don Brashears, president of the Tabby Walk villas on Hilton Head Island homeowner’s association, says between 30 to 40 apartments will need significant repairs that will require residents to move out. Brashears has said several tenants have told him they simply can't afford to pay for additional living expenses while the repairs are being made - which could last two or three weeks.

Don Brashears, president of the Tabby Walk villas on Hilton Head Island homeowner’s association, says between 30 to 40 apartments will need significant repairs that will require residents to move out. Brashears has said several tenants have told him they simply can't afford to pay for additional living expenses while the repairs are being made - which could last two or three weeks. Daniel Salazar Staff video
Don Brashears, president of the Tabby Walk villas on Hilton Head Island homeowner’s association, says between 30 to 40 apartments will need significant repairs that will require residents to move out. Brashears has said several tenants have told him they simply can't afford to pay for additional living expenses while the repairs are being made - which could last two or three weeks. Daniel Salazar Staff video

Hurricane Matthew far from finished with residents of Tabby Walk villas

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