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MHS513&Ray, I told you this would happen. I have seen this before. There is always the link between Municipal and the Realtors. The Realtor is "on scene" during this process and ultimately the owner throws in the towel and leaves.
The lull and compassion of the Code Board was all a farse until the market picked back up and the run out of town can begin. Most people will sell as they do not want the fight or the expense to fight.
As for me, My home may be the very last Deltona standing after this process.
Was not the Code Supervisor the Ex-Police chiefs wife? Can someone answer that question?
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