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  • Oil drilling off South Carolina coast exciting, scary

    With a decision on whether to drill for oil off the Carolina coast imminent, folks in Georgetown County are increasingly nervous. For those who gain their living from the sea, the prospect of the government allowing oil rigs off of Murrells Inlet, Litchfield Beach, Pawleys Island and Georgetown is scary. Port boosters in Georgetown hope the drilling plan is approved, arguing the small seaport town would benefit mightily.

With a decision on whether to drill for oil off the Carolina coast imminent, folks in Georgetown County are increasingly nervous. For those who gain their living from the sea, the prospect of the government allowing oil rigs off of Murrells Inlet, Litchfield Beach, Pawleys Island and Georgetown is scary. Port boosters in Georgetown hope the drilling plan is approved, arguing the small seaport town would benefit mightily. Tim Dominick The State
With a decision on whether to drill for oil off the Carolina coast imminent, folks in Georgetown County are increasingly nervous. For those who gain their living from the sea, the prospect of the government allowing oil rigs off of Murrells Inlet, Litchfield Beach, Pawleys Island and Georgetown is scary. Port boosters in Georgetown hope the drilling plan is approved, arguing the small seaport town would benefit mightily. Tim Dominick The State

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