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January 26, 2014 10:21 AM

New day could dawn on commercial areas

It made sense in the late 1980s for the newly-incorporated Town of Hilton Head Island to create strict zoning guidelines to slow the onslaught of haphazard, incohesive construction. Some of what was popping up, seemingly overnight, was incompatible with the understated, natural look of the island that residents treasured. And some of it was just downright unattractive and similar to the glitz of Myrtle Beach.

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