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Seawalls 'destroy' the beach, experts say. So how did one in Sea Pines get approved?

Clayton Constance, left, job foreman with Carolina Dock and Marine based in Charleston, S.C., waits as employee Dago Suarez checks the plumbness of the aluminum girder after driving it into the sand on Friday morning in front of several properties along Piping Plover Road on Hilton Head Island. Constance says they have about 175 feet left of girders, as seen in the foreground, to install and estimates about another three weeks to complete. Homeowners have received permitting to allow them to shore their front yards after Hurricane Matthew and other tropical storms have removed dunes that protected their property.
He ran a close race for Beaufort County Sheriff. What's next for JoJo Woodward?
Do the Hilton Head 'stingray shuffle' to keep your foot out of this green bucket
Beaufort County man charged with rape and kidnapping damages jail cell


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