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4655
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Smith describes the effects of Hurricane Floyd on the Brunswick County community of Oak Island, then discusses the Coastal Resources Commission's plans for redevelopment of beach structures in ocean hazard areas.
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22620
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Sally Winey is the owner and founder of Winey Bears Country Store in Oak Island, North Carolina.
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28597
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Oak Island has a reputation as a low-key oceanfront hideaway. Tourism is its main industry and the Cape Fear Regional Jetport on mainland Brunswick County is the busiest general-aviation airport in the state. The county is one of the fastest growing in the state. The residents of the island want smart growth to maintain the lifestyle and culture that Oak Island and Brunswick County have worked to create.
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40417
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McCorkle’s return to Holden Beach suggested much has changed in the fifty year old island town. In recalling landmarks such as the Surfside Pavilion, a rustic swing bridge, and VanWerry Grocery Store, she proved the town is also the same: in memory.
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