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Oak Island: How did they do?

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By Renee Sloan, Page Designer/Staff Writer

On March 12, the Beacon faxed a public records request for Oak Island’s written policy regarding document destruction and all records pertaining to the destruction of documents from Jan. 1, 2007 until present.

Upon receiving the request, Jerry Walters, Oak Island town administrator, said the town would comply.

On March 16, Joy Davis, Oak Island town clerk, e-mailed the public records to the Beacon. After sending the requests, Davis sent an e-mail to confirm the records were received.


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