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Amazing. As an attorney, one would think he would be thorough enough to ensure he was within the rules of law. If he had made the phone calls, got the permits, followed simple procedures, made the necessary inquiries, and lined up the required inspections none of this would have happened. None of it. Did his dock work meet requirements? Nobody knows. Does the dock sealent meet the requirements so it doesn't polluted the water? Nobody knows. Does the dock's electrical meet requirements so the perhaps some guest doesn't get electrocuted? Nobody knows. Only children should be allowed to be this irresponsible. Wouldn't it be something if the city makes him tear down his dock? An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Too bad he is not a doctor, because he just shot himself in the foot.
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