A South Jersey shore town is looking at ways to keep more of its sand on the beach.
Ocean City residents who live in the shore community’s south side plan to pack a Thursday evening council meeting to find out what local officials plan to do to fix the non-existent beach and dunes that they say threaten their homes.
A beach replenishment project in two South Jersey shore towns is being expanded, to deal with damage from not one but two storms.
Federal, state, and local governments have spent some $700 million over the last 25 years, pumping sand from the ocean onto beaches to create a buffer between towns and storm-tossed seas.
At what price? He estimates between $750 million and $1 billion.
This past winter’s beach replenishment in Cape May is going to need a little extra work. An experimental method to move the sand around produced an unexpected and unwelcomed byproduct.
It’s time for another beach replenishment project on the South Jersey shore. This time, a five-mile stretch that hasn’t seen work in eight years is getting a touch up.
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