Joel Newman, chairman of the city of Beaufort's Historic Review Board, right, speaks with Jeannette Neal, fourth from left, owner of the deTreville House on Friday. Some of the board members visited Neal's home on Friday to discuss construction work that had exceeded the scope of the original permit issued in October.
Joel Newman, chairman of the city of Beaufort's Historic Review Board, right, speaks with Jeannette Neal, fourth from left, owner of the deTreville House on Friday. Some of the board members visited Neal's home on Friday to discuss construction work that had exceeded the scope of the original permit issued in October. Theophil Syslo
Joel Newman, chairman of the city of Beaufort's Historic Review Board, right, speaks with Jeannette Neal, fourth from left, owner of the deTreville House on Friday. Some of the board members visited Neal's home on Friday to discuss construction work that had exceeded the scope of the original permit issued in October. Theophil Syslo

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