David Pointer, 71, walks through his flood-damaged home in the Challedon neighborhood off Piney Grove Road in January. Pointer suffered major water damage to his home along Kinley Creek and now has to sleep in an upstairs loft. “This has been pretty catastrophic for me,” he said. It was unclear Tuesday if Pointer’s home was on the list of 30 in Challedon homes the county could raze.
David Pointer, 71, walks through his flood-damaged home in the Challedon neighborhood off Piney Grove Road in January. Pointer suffered major water damage to his home along Kinley Creek and now has to sleep in an upstairs loft. “This has been pretty catastrophic for me,” he said. It was unclear Tuesday if Pointer’s home was on the list of 30 in Challedon homes the county could raze. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com
David Pointer, 71, walks through his flood-damaged home in the Challedon neighborhood off Piney Grove Road in January. Pointer suffered major water damage to his home along Kinley Creek and now has to sleep in an upstairs loft. “This has been pretty catastrophic for me,” he said. It was unclear Tuesday if Pointer’s home was on the list of 30 in Challedon homes the county could raze. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com

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