The Town of Hilton Head Island renourished 6 miles of beach from September through February at a cost of $16.6 million. It was paid for with money generated by taxes on overnight lodging. Local tourism officials say the sandier beaches won't likely draw more tourists this year, but it could keep them coming back.
The Town of Hilton Head Island renourished 6 miles of beach from September through February at a cost of $16.6 million. It was paid for with money generated by taxes on overnight lodging. Local tourism officials say the sandier beaches won't likely draw more tourists this year, but it could keep them coming back.
The Town of Hilton Head Island renourished 6 miles of beach from September through February at a cost of $16.6 million. It was paid for with money generated by taxes on overnight lodging. Local tourism officials say the sandier beaches won't likely draw more tourists this year, but it could keep them coming back.

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