Sea Pines president Steve Birdwell stands April 7 in front of a section of the Harbour Town Yacht Basin where silt, clay and sand has clogged waterways and damaged docks. "None of that is suppose to be there," said Birdwell, pointing to the beach-like build up in one corner of the basin.
Sea Pines president Steve Birdwell stands April 7 in front of a section of the Harbour Town Yacht Basin where silt, clay and sand has clogged waterways and damaged docks. "None of that is suppose to be there," said Birdwell, pointing to the beach-like build up in one corner of the basin. Sarah Welliver
Sea Pines president Steve Birdwell stands April 7 in front of a section of the Harbour Town Yacht Basin where silt, clay and sand has clogged waterways and damaged docks. "None of that is suppose to be there," said Birdwell, pointing to the beach-like build up in one corner of the basin. Sarah Welliver

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