Okaloosa County Abolishes Beach Renourishment

Okaloosa County Abolishes Beach Renourishment

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After more than four years of debate, this year’s tourist season will kick off without the contentious matter of beach renourishment looming over Okaloosa County.

Okaloosa County commissioners abolished the beach renourishment project.

Fears of dark, shell-heavy sand being dumped on Okaloosa Island’s white beaches have been put to rest…

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