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Why does Carolina Beach not replace Freeman Park passes if your pass is stolen?

Judy Royal


Motorists wishing to visit Freeman Park at the north end of Carolina Beach must purchase either a year-long or daily pass. STAFF PHOTO BY Paul Stephen/Wilmington StarNews

Q. Why does the town of Carolina Beach not offer replacement Freeman Park passes if your pass is stolen from your vehicle?

A. The issue is a matter of where to place liability for such incidents, according to this response:

“It is our policy not to provide replacement stickers for Freeman Park passes when stolen,” said Tim Owens, town manager of Carolina Beach. “Individuals are responsible for securing their vehicles so that they will not get stolen.”


Are there special arrangements for the beach homes at the north end of Carolina Beach?

Who employs the workers who collect money at Freeman Park?

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