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The Silver Lining...

Instead of hating, I think everyone should take a step back and actually look at the situation. This filming is not making way for people alien to the area, but to a crew, who aside from the actors themselves, are from the Wrightsville Beach and Wilmington area. These are locals, asking for a mere five hours so that they can do their job; much like how construction workers may section off roads so they can do their jobs. Before you roll you eyes and point out the at least construction benefits the community afterward - so does this show! Whether you are a fan of One Tree Hill or not, there is no arguing that it puts a heck of a lot of money into the economy, and opens up a lot of jobs for the local community. Using the bridge to film will come back ten fold by the millions of dollars that are generated into the local economy by the film and television industry. So my final words to you are don't hate, appreciate.

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