A Riviera Beach resident successfully halted construction of a $2 million seawall behind his oceanfront Singer Island condominium.

Jeffrey Orelove filed an emergency motion Oct. 14 to stop his association board from breaking ground on a seawall between the Eastpointe II Condominium and the Atlantic Ocean, a project Orelove argues was wrongfully approved without the consent of owners.

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