Vacationers use a telescope on the Bogue Inlet Pier to look for the rental house they are staying in at Emerald Isle. Emerald Isle is one of four North Carolina beach towns are concerned that a Senate budget provision could put the fate of their “sand tax” districts in the hands of a few voters.
Vacationers use a telescope on the Bogue Inlet Pier to look for the rental house they are staying in at Emerald Isle. Emerald Isle is one of four North Carolina beach towns are concerned that a Senate budget provision could put the fate of their “sand tax” districts in the hands of a few voters. CHUCK LIDDY NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Vacationers use a telescope on the Bogue Inlet Pier to look for the rental house they are staying in at Emerald Isle. Emerald Isle is one of four North Carolina beach towns are concerned that a Senate budget provision could put the fate of their “sand tax” districts in the hands of a few voters. CHUCK LIDDY NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

Beach towns worry NC Senate plan could stop ‘sand tax’

July 09, 2015 05:49 PM