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Waterfront inspections under way

The Beaufort County Engineering Department has begun waterfront structure inspections in northern Beaufort County. The inspections will begin at the Broad River Fishing Pier, continue along the Spanish Moss Trail at all water crossings and end at the Wimbee Creek Fishing Pier.

Photos of the sites include Albergotti Creek and Laurel Bay, the bridge over Battery Creek, the bridge between Cottage Farm and Hermitage, and culvert inspection southwest of Rodgers Drive.

The inspections are expected to last approximately two weeks dependent on weather conditions. No closures of any portion of the Spanish Moss Trail inspection sites are anticipated at this time.

For more information, contact the Beaufort County Engineering Department at 843-255-2700.

County spraying for mosquitoes

In accordance with Federal/State regulations, please be advised Beaufort County Mosquito Control may conduct aerial and/or ground treatments through Friday, Nov. 15. Mosquito Control applies EPA-registered public health insecticide during ideal weather using low-flying aircraft throughout daylight hours and spray trucks from about 11 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. For additional information, please contact Mosquito Control at 843-255-5800.

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