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New York Times: Land on S. Carolina Island Is Sold to State, Averting Bridge Plan

Sunday, March 24, 1996

The owners of part of a coastal island in South Carolina have sold the land to the state, abandoning a plan to build a bridge that might have resulted in the island’s development as a resort. Sandy Island, one of two islands in the state without a direct connection to the mainland, has become the centerpiece of an ambitious wetlands preservation plan.

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