Hatchet Job On Beaches

A national environmental group's finding that S.C. beaches are among the most polluted in the nation was essentially a hatchet job. Full Story

Columbia, SC

#1 Aug 2, 2008
Well said, only you should be referring to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, DHEC. They are the ones who went to bat for the beaches and the State's national reputation. While DNR is a sister agency and very good at what they do, credit should be given where it is due.
Confused Wiseguy

Florence, SC

#3 Aug 2, 2008
It actually works out pretty good. When the bacteria levels are high then the tourist head for the stores to spend money.

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