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October 13, 2013 12:00 AM

Editorial | Prince George tract belongs to the public

After 20 years of failing to keep its word to the people of Georgetown County to create public access and an environmental center on part of what is known as the Prince George tract near Pawleys Island, the state’s flagship university now proposes to wash its hands of the entire matter and sell the land for development.

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