Parking spaces shouldn't hinder redevelopment

info@islandpacket.comJune 20, 2013 

Let me get this straight; Bill Goodwin, owner of Sea Pines Resort, is willing to put $10 million into a very tired resort. Some bored residents, with nothing better to do but complain, want to stop it over 20 parking spaces.

What a choice -- greatly improve the image of Sea Pines and Hilton Head Island or save 20 parking spaces. Too lazy to bike or walk from the golf club or too proud to ride the shuttle? Let's stay a dated resort and definitely keep those willing to invest in Hilton Head from getting a return on their investment. Making a profit would be horrible.

David Brown

Hilton Head Island

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