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Focus (Society: Seashore Homes) #587402

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 06, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Gulf Shores, Alabama: Noah Nelson) People who live in seashore homes despite the damages and threat of damages from hurricanes featured; seashore and hurricane scenes and after effects of 1989's Hurricane Hugo shown. [In Gulf Shores, Alabama, Page WHITE - comments.] [National Hurricane Center director Bob SHEETS - says the system encourages rebuilding.] Hurricane "urban renewal" in Gulf Shores detailed; scenes shown of the development there. [Mayor David BODENHAM - says people have a right to develop their property.] [Retired meteorologist Jesse HAVARD - comments.] Absence of federal regulations on beach front development mentioned.

Reporter(s):
Nelson, Noah;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:03:10

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