A superior court judge has ordered Currituck County to let Elizabeth Letendre finish construction of her 24-bedroom beachfront home north of Corolla. County officials plan to appeal the ruling as questions linger over whether the rental property is a single-family home or a commercial operation. Jeff Hampton 2015 Virigian-Pilot file photo
A superior court judge has ordered Currituck County to let Elizabeth Letendre finish construction of her 24-bedroom beachfront home north of Corolla. County officials plan to appeal the ruling as questions linger over whether the rental property is a single-family home or a commercial operation. Jeff Hampton 2015 Virigian-Pilot file photo Jeff Hampton Virginian-Pilot
A superior court judge has ordered Currituck County to let Elizabeth Letendre finish construction of her 24-bedroom beachfront home north of Corolla. County officials plan to appeal the ruling as questions linger over whether the rental property is a single-family home or a commercial operation. Jeff Hampton 2015 Virigian-Pilot file photo Jeff Hampton Virginian-Pilot

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