Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling included a photo of this sign near City Hall on Boundary Street in his newsletter Tuesday, November 15, 2017. The sign objects to the $33 million road project, and another sign asked for accountability for the money being spent on the project.
Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling included a photo of this sign near City Hall on Boundary Street in his newsletter Tuesday, November 15, 2017. The sign objects to the $33 million road project, and another sign asked for accountability for the money being spent on the project. Billy Keyserling newsletter
Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling included a photo of this sign near City Hall on Boundary Street in his newsletter Tuesday, November 15, 2017. The sign objects to the $33 million road project, and another sign asked for accountability for the money being spent on the project. Billy Keyserling newsletter

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