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January 25, 2014 2:19 PM

Fixing historic homes costs more than money

Jeannette Neal told members of city of Beaufort's Historic District Review Board that her mother feared them. She likely felt that way because the board's rules are perceived as being so oblique and its procedures so pedantic that fixing up her house at 701 Greene St. was not worth the hassle.

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