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A dispute over the “land” that can be developed on Jekyll Island has reached the attorney general’s office. A task force recently said no marshland should be included in tallying the island’s land mass, a recommendation that could restrict future hotels and condos. Those who run the state park dispute that ruling, while an environmentalist fears that easing restrictions will put sensitive marshes in danger.

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Marsh or not, Jekyll's future may ride on it by David Kyler, executive director of the Center for a Sustainable Coast in St. Simons Island.

Development limited to existing footprint by Eric Garvey, chief communications officer for the Jekyll Island Authority.

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