Beaufort News

June 12, 2014 1:32 PM

Beaufort officials consider changes to horse carriage businesses

Reports that a carriage horse has twice fallen in a staging area for the city's two licensed tour companies have rekindled the Beaufort buggy wars, and city officials are vowing to take a closer look at carriage operations and rules.

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