Beachgoers emerge from the busy Avocet Street access point from a narrow pathway, at right, that was created when the owner of the adjoining house, at left, fenced it off with a concrete block wall in order to create a gated driveway.
Beachgoers emerge from the busy Avocet Street access point from a narrow pathway, at right, that was created when the owner of the adjoining house, at left, fenced it off with a concrete block wall in order to create a gated driveway. Jay Karr -- Staff photo
Beachgoers emerge from the busy Avocet Street access point from a narrow pathway, at right, that was created when the owner of the adjoining house, at left, fenced it off with a concrete block wall in order to create a gated driveway. Jay Karr -- Staff photo

Hilton Head woman continues beachfront property battle

July 26, 2012 12:59 AM

UPDATED October 06, 2012 05:08 AM

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