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New troubles for Middleburgh flood victim

Porch repair, final step in restoring house, cited for lack of permit

Anne Notaro stands in front of her new porch Monday. Its construction has drawn code violation citations.
Photographer: Edward Munger Jr.
Anne Notaro stands in front of her new porch Monday. Its construction has drawn code violation citations.
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A Middleburgh woman is facing jail time and possibly thousands of dollars in fines — not for breaking criminal law, but for getting her flood-damaged house fixed without a permit. Anne Notaro is fretting over an Oct. 23 court date at which she’ll face a judge and answer to charges that she needed a permit for a contractor to replace her front porch, a small part of the roughly $29,000 worth of repairs paid for ...

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