A beach vendor carries a seat cushion to a customer near the Porter Avenue Pier in Biloxi. Another $4 million in RESTORE funds are being used to improve water quality and cut down on the number of beach advisories issued along the Coast.
A beach vendor carries a seat cushion to a customer near the Porter Avenue Pier in Biloxi. Another $4 million in RESTORE funds are being used to improve water quality and cut down on the number of beach advisories issued along the Coast. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
A beach vendor carries a seat cushion to a customer near the Porter Avenue Pier in Biloxi. Another $4 million in RESTORE funds are being used to improve water quality and cut down on the number of beach advisories issued along the Coast. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

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