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February 03. 2014 10:58AM

Battle over beaches heats up in Rye

Townspeople have grappled with the growing popularity of Rye's beaches and the problems that come with it: congestion, noise, lack of parking, alcohol consumption and disorderly or disruptive behavior. In particular, some residents are concerned that commercial activities like surf camps are taking over the beach.

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