Children grow up, graduate high school, attend college and leave home for good because there are no opportunities to make a living.
Charlotte Faircloth knows all about that. The 21-year-old Port St. Joe resident knows many friends who don’t want to leave, but feel they have no choice.
So count Faircloth as a big supporter of the Port of Port St. Joe.
“I love it,” she said. “I’m younger and I’m not dying to get out of this town. The port will bring in jobs. I’m excited to show people this town.”
Many people in this Panhandle town of 4,000 are anxiously hoping for some activity at the port, some sign of potential.
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