Taylor Swift's sea wall renovation cleared by local officials
Officials in Rhode Island are supporting Taylor Swift's sea defence wall renovation at her Watch Hill estate amid some residents' fears the singer is removing a famous local landmark without the proper permits.
In fact, permits were issued to Swift on 6 November (13) for the repair work, which included "landscaping 128 feet of new retaining wall", and one Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council executive visited the site to make sure everything the singer was planning was above board.
According to the Westerly Sun, the permit Swift was granted allows for the replacement of unsafe rocks.
A spokesperson for the RICRMC has revealed the sea wall was damaged by Hurricane Sandy, and she confirms that what the Love Story singer is doing is "a permitted activity”, adding, "All is OK. Everything is on the level."
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