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Traffic jam Parked trucks and trailers using the public boat launch cause a single lane to be used when trying to get to the Prestige resort. This issue remains unresolved. - Britt Santowski
Traffic jam Parked trucks and trailers using the public boat launch cause a single lane to be used when trying to get to the Prestige resort. This issue remains unresolved.
— image credit: Britt Santowski

Parked trucks and trailers using the public boat launch cause a single lane to be used when trying to get to the Prestige resort. Trucks and boat trailers parked along West Coast Road also pose a problem for pedestrians and drivers. This ongoing issue remains unresolved.

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