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April 18, 2014 7:13 PM

Beaufort County should not have to pay if costs for widening SC 170 increase, officials say

A slight redesign of the S.C. 170 widening project could drive up its cost, but it is not clear if Beaufort County or the contractors doing the work will be on the hook for additional charges, according to county officials.

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