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Beach Fill is Getting More Expensive

"Folly’s cost climbed 200 percent since the 1990s to $30 million for the 2014 work. Federal legislators incrementally are backing away from the renourishment business, no longer willing to pay the lion’s share of that climbing cost. Beach communities are faced with paying more of the load on their own, and might well be forced to turn to beachgoers for the funds." - excerpt from article in The Post and Courier.

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