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Submitted by KK2846 1 (not verified) on Fri, 01/23/2009 - 2:20pm.
Watching the destruction of our fragile coastal environment - loss of fishing grounds, closed shellfish beds, rivers and streams closed to swimming because of contamination - has made me wary of new businesses that will inflict even further damage. As stewards of the land, we must protect our resources - these resources have sustained a way of life for the past two hundred years in the Southport area. Now we must work to prevent further degradation and protect the things that support and sustain us. Southport and NC does not need the proposed port.
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