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February 4, 2014 9:40 PM

Jellyfish company readying dock, could begin processing soon at temporary site

A company seeking to harvest and sell cannonball jellyfish will be up and running in northern Beaufort County by Feb. 22 — with or without the permits it needs to process its catch at a vacant plant in Lobeco, a spokesman says.

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