Beaufort developer Jim Chaffin of Chaffin-Light, left, and Steve Navarro, president of The Furman Co. in Greenville speak during a meet-and-greet with the public sponsored by  Main Street Beaufort, USA Wednesday afternoon inside the Best Western on Bay Street. Go to local news video on islandpacket.com to learn more.
Beaufort developer Jim Chaffin of Chaffin-Light, left, and Steve Navarro, president of The Furman Co. in Greenville speak during a meet-and-greet with the public sponsored by Main Street Beaufort, USA Wednesday afternoon inside the Best Western on Bay Street. Go to local news video on islandpacket.com to learn more. Staff photo
Beaufort developer Jim Chaffin of Chaffin-Light, left, and Steve Navarro, president of The Furman Co. in Greenville speak during a meet-and-greet with the public sponsored by Main Street Beaufort, USA Wednesday afternoon inside the Best Western on Bay Street. Go to local news video on islandpacket.com to learn more. Staff photo

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