Bill Smoak, owner of the Xpress Lane convenience store on Boundary Street, listens as Craig Lewis of Beaufort's Office of Civic Investment gives an update on the Boundary Street redevelopment project Thursday evening at City Hall.
Bill Smoak, owner of the Xpress Lane convenience store on Boundary Street, listens as Craig Lewis of Beaufort's Office of Civic Investment gives an update on the Boundary Street redevelopment project Thursday evening at City Hall. Sarah Welliver, staff photo
Bill Smoak, owner of the Xpress Lane convenience store on Boundary Street, listens as Craig Lewis of Beaufort's Office of Civic Investment gives an update on the Boundary Street redevelopment project Thursday evening at City Hall. Sarah Welliver, staff photo

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