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Southern Shores finally voted to approve tax rates for beach nourishment funding. During the public comment portion of the meeting, several letters were read and several residents spoke in person in favor of equitable rates for the municipal service district (MSD) funding. “It’s time to fish or cut bait on this,” said council member Leo Holland.
For the last several months, council members have been gathering public opinion and adjusting numbers to come up with rates. The town is also contributing $1 million fromAdd to favorites
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