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North Carolina Works to Preserve Coastal Access

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North Carolina Works to Preserve Coastal Access

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North Carolina Works to Preserve Coastal Access

North Carolina Works to Preserve Coastal Access

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Boaters along the North Carolina coast are facing ever-increasing fees to get in the water. Now, the state has set up a commission to look at ways coastal towns can preserve what's left of their public water access.

Megan Williams of member station WHQR reports.

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