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This means a lot to many.
Some folks are wondering why we aren't commenting if we actually care about fishing these beaches.

One or two sentences are actually very helpful.
Alternative 3 is the best for beach access advocates. If you simply say that, it helps our cause.

I can assure you, there are folks who have never been east of the ole miss that are commenting on this rule that are saying we are running over baby turtles and birds on a daily basis and therefore we should never be allowed out there.

Please take a moment before the end of the day tomorrow and add to the comments supporting restoring lost beach access.

We need numbers!!


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Sent mine this afternoon after realizing today was the last day. I attended the EA presentation in Hampton on 29 February and listened to what they had to say and nothing is set in concrete yet so all comments will be considered.

One of the remarks brought up there reflects what you said in that the Park Service values letters from anyone even if they live west of the Mississippi and have never had their toes in Carolina sand.

My thoughts reflected pretty much what the letter that Dave Scarborough from the NCBBA and CHAPA sent on 8 March to Superintendent Hallac. That letter can be found on either of their web sites.

Alternative # 3 is the best choice for all topics being discussed with the exception of ORV permits of which # 2 is the better choice for all IMHO.

Take some time tonight to check it out if you can and remember it's just like voting, if you don't do it you don't have the privilege of b!tching about the results.
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