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Sunset Beach dredging comes at a cost

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To the editor:

Anyone who doubts current and future Sunset Beach residents will eventually pay for any new dredging needs to study the history of Wrightsville Beach, Shell Island and Masonboro Inlet. Last year it was a $30 million program paid for by taxes on restaurants and hotels in New Hanover County. This year a $4,000 to $5,000 assessment has been proposed to many residents in the area. Assessments, bond issues and taxes have been ongoing since the 1960s.


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