UA-8412995-1 The Southport Globe: Wrecking ball threatens to finish off battering to Southport Beach stand by Sandy

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Wrecking ball threatens to finish off battering to Southport Beach stand by Sandy

With another deadline missed for removing the storm-damaged concession stand on Southport Beach, town officials Wednesday were preparing to secure demolition permits for the small Pequot Avenue structure. Hunter King, who with his brother, Parker, won the contract to operate the Southport Beach concession last season, purchased the structure for $450 from the town in June. It was sold as surplus property that needed to be demolished or moved. Under the bid requirements, the small building, damaged last October by Superstorm Sandy, was to be off the beach by June 25. According to the bid document, "Failure to remove the structure prior to 25th June will result in forfeiture of the bid whereby the town will demolish and remove the structure from the site. No refunds. No exceptions." READ MORE: http://www.fairfieldcitizenonline.com/news/article/Wrecking-ball-threatens-to-finish-off-battering-4645140.php

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