< Beachapedia:Factoid | 2015 | 04
Regulations Don't Always Prevent Coastal Homeowners from Building Seawalls
- "Despite the negative impact that seawalls have on surrounding coastlines, a South Korean billionaire has been allowed to build a new one in Kahala after his application for a shoreline setback variance was approved unanimously last month by the City Council." "In a state where new seawalls have been banned for 27 years, property owners at an exclusive South Carolina resort are moving ahead with plans for a new wall that could safeguard their homes from the ocean but erode the public beach one day." - excerpts from KITV news report and article in The State.
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