Parents follow the staff waves and signs as they make their way around the new traffic loop at Seaside Elementary School on Thursday. The loop circles the school in the Garden City Beach area. It is designed to alleviate traffic issues on U.S. 17 business at Woodland Drive.
Parents follow the staff waves and signs as they make their way around the new traffic loop at Seaside Elementary School on Thursday. The loop circles the school in the Garden City Beach area. It is designed to alleviate traffic issues on U.S. 17 business at Woodland Drive. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Parents follow the staff waves and signs as they make their way around the new traffic loop at Seaside Elementary School on Thursday. The loop circles the school in the Garden City Beach area. It is designed to alleviate traffic issues on U.S. 17 business at Woodland Drive. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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