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June 24, 2014 9:03 PM

New Urbanism fits Beaufort well

In a recent column ("What do we want Beaufort to look like?" May 12), Historic Beaufort Foundation executive director Maxine Lutz asks whether the New Urbanists' approach in community planning is out of touch with Beaufort.

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