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April 7, 1993 | LYN RIDDLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Here on the southern tip of South Carolina, amid moss-draped live oaks and sodden marshes, conservationists have worked for four years to protect 350,000 acres of pristine riverfront property that is home to ducks, storks, bald eagles, sea turtles and other wild creatures. But now they fear their efforts may be harmed if the state Department of Highways and Public Transportation goes ahead with plans to widen a two-lane road to four lanes.
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April 7, 1993 | LYN RIDDLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Here on the southern tip of South Carolina, amid moss-draped live oaks and sodden marshes, conservationists have worked for four years to protect 350,000 acres of pristine riverfront property that is home to ducks, storks, bald eagles, sea turtles and other wild creatures. But now they fear their efforts may be harmed if the state Department of Highways and Public Transportation goes ahead with plans to widen a two-lane road to four lanes.
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