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15,000 sq. ft. mini-hotel no go in currituck

Citing legal setbacks and local opposition, Currituck County Commissioners have pulled the rug out from a massive 15,000 square foot project in Carova. William West writing for the Daily Advance supplies the details behind the Commissioners’ decision.

The Letendre home. County Commissioners felt the home was incompatible with setback guidelines and the community interest.

The Letendre home. County Commissioners felt the home was incompatible with setback guidelines and the community interest.

“Completion of a nearly-finished, massive house on the Currituck Outer Banks was recently blocked by the county commission which cited a recent state appellate court ruling as well as setback rules and opposition from residents.

After a nearly three-hour hearing Jan. 3, Commissioner Paul Beaumont led a successful vote against allowing the Letendre group to operate a rental site in the off-road area. The vote sided with Currituck’s Planning Board and went against a pair of compromise options offered by Currituck Planning Director Ben Woody to amend Currituck’s unified development ordinance.

Elizabeth Letendre, of Needham Heights, Mass., had requested a reconsideration and an amendment to allow her to finish the U-shaped, oceanfront structure located just north of Malbon Drive. The project has been under construction for more than 4½ years.”

 

Read the rest of this story on the Daily Advance.

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