Molly Douglas, president of the West Palm Beach City Commission, won’t have to pay a fine for an unapproved hurricane shutter on her home. She was cited last week, after an inspector found that no final permit inspection had been conducted to make sure the shutter work was done properly. The shutter was installed before 2002, when Douglas got the house, officials said.
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