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BREWSTER—To go to the beach you’ve got to park near the beach. At least that’s the case for many Brewster residents and visitors. But beach parking lots are eroding into the sea.Paine’s Creek Beach lost most of its parking lot to storms and waves several years ago. The town has rebuilt the beach and recovered 20 or so parking spots but Brewster officials would like to add more, 15 or 16, at 375 Paine’s Creek Road, a five- to 10-minute walk from the beach [...]

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