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Public comment invited for increasing beach access

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(AP) - The National Park Service is seeking comments on whether it should create additional public access to the beaches along the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The comments can be made online at the park service's website and will be taken for the next month.

The park service says it is looking at various proposals for making improvements at the National Seashore and that the public comments will help shape plans for which beach access improvements it should pursue first.

In addition to making comments online, the park service will also accept written comments mailed to its Manteo office.

Additional information can be found at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/beach_access

If you are unable to submit comments electronically through this website, then you may also submit written comments to:

Superintendent

Cape Hatteras National Seashore

1401 National Park Drive

Manteo, NC 27954

If you wish to be added to the park’s mailing address for this and other announcements, please be sure to indicate that in your response.

All comments must be received by August 2nd, 2013.


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