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  • Proposed beach lines take in Hilton Head homes, pools

    Hilton Head resident Ruth Idzik uses her home as an example for S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control's Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management proposed setback lines as her pool falls into the "setback area" with the redrawn lines. Izdik believes if another storm hits they and their neighbors property values will suffer if repairs can't be made because of the new beach lines.

Proposed beach lines take in Hilton Head homes, pools

Hilton Head resident Ruth Idzik uses her home as an example for S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control's Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management proposed setback lines as her pool falls into the "setback area" with the redrawn lines. Izdik believes if another storm hits they and their neighbors property values will suffer if repairs can't be made because of the new beach lines.
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