Ballard’s Beach bar ordered to remove ‘unauthorized’ structures

BALLARD'S BEACH Resort on Block Island has been ordered by the Coastal Resources Management Council to remove its “unauthorized” iki bar, canopies, a stage, fending and pergola by Nov. 9. / PBN FILE PHOTO/K. CURTIS
NEW SHOREHAM – The problems continue for Ballard’s Beach Resort on Block Island.  This time the ire comes from the Coastal Resources Management Council. That panel on Sept. 27 ruled the tiki bar, canopies, a stage, fencing and pergola were “unauthorized” and ordered their removal from the Ballard’s property, WPRI-TV CBS 12 reported Friday.  The…

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