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Old 04-07-2013, 08:00 AM
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Sorry, but I think Joe's Crab Shack is an abomination that should never have been allowed to have been built. Wife and I just returned from a week long visit to Savannah (for the music festival). We stayed at the Olde Harbour Inn, where we have stayed in the past. Imagine our shock when we arrived this past Monday and saw Joe's blocking the view to the river. Even worse was the noise it generates and the ambience of River Street and Olde Harbour Inn that it destroys. I am sure that the Olde Harbour Inn folks can't be happy about it. No one, in fact, that I mentioned it to thought it was a positive for River Street.

Now I read abut all of this future development on East River Street and I wonder, what in the world is going on in Savannah. Clearly, money is talking. Wonder where it is going?
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