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County cracks down on large beach holes

| Tony Judnich
Hoping to prevent tragedies that have occurred elsewhere in Florida and other states, a majority of the Okaloosa County Commission today approved an ordinance that limits the size of holes that people can dig on county-owned public beaches.
The county-owned public beach next to the Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island. (Photo courtesy of Okaloosa County)


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