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Update March 19: The resort has closed and all operations have ceased until a trustee can resume minimal operations.
First reporting: Remote and only accessible by boat, Daufuskie Island is barley treading water and faces a tight credit crunch while aid from the upcoming tourist season looks to be lackluster.
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The Post and Courier's John McDermott has a profile of the situation, in part:
On this point everyone agrees: Daufuskie is shaping up to be one of the biggest and most complicated real estate bankruptcies that the Palmetto State has seen in many years, involving hundreds of creditors and as many moving parts.
Man, looking at today's stories it's been pretty depressing. We'll keep an eye out for more upbeat stuff.