District update on tap

Raising the home at 220 S. Water Street is required as part of the restoration work currently underway on this Historic District property. Town commissioners have approved a plan to apply for a grant to update the Swansboro Historic District. For the complete story, purchase a copy of the March 31, 2021, Tideland News. (Jimmy Williams photo)

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David Collins

Yup , that will look historically correct . Up we go , ever higher and higher . Going to look just like Wrightsville Beach at this rate . Can’t wait to see what goes in underneath . Six or seven cars with a motor home thrown in with mixed out of state plates ? Historic district , the joke continues .

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