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What is the source of the burnt pieces of drift wood that have washed ashore on Oak Island?

Jason Gonzales



According to John Michaux, the storm water public works manager for Oak Island, the town is not sure of the source of the burnt wood washing onshore.

The town does allow permits for bonfires, and he said he suspects that some of that wood might have not been disposed of, washed out with the tide and then rolled back in.

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