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East Hampton Looking At Ways to Make Temporary Shoreline Protections Actually Temporary

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A wall of 1-ton sandbags called GeoCubes across two the front of two properties on Bay View Avenue in Amagansett, near Lazy Point, was supposed to be temporary, in place for no more than 9 months, when it was installed a decade ago.
MICHAEL WRIGHT

A wall of 1-ton sandbags called GeoCubes across two the front of two properties on Bay View Avenue in Amagansett, near Lazy Point, was supposed to be temporary, in place for no more than 9 months, when it was installed a decade ago. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A wall of 1-ton sandbags called GeoCubes across two the front of two properties on Bay View Avenue in Amagansett, near Lazy Point, was supposed to be temporary, in place for no more than 9 months, when it was installed a decade ago.
MICHAEL WRIGHT

A wall of 1-ton sandbags called GeoCubes across two the front of two properties on Bay View Avenue in Amagansett, near Lazy Point, was supposed to be temporary, in place for no more than 9 months, when it was installed a decade ago. MICHAEL WRIGHT

A wall of 1-ton sandbags called GeoCubes across two the front of two properties on Bay View Avenue in Amagansett, near Lazy Point, was supposed to be temporary, in place for no more than 9 months, when it was installed a decade ago.
MICHAEL WRIGHT

A wall of 1-ton sandbags called GeoCubes across two the front of two properties on Bay View Avenue in Amagansett, near Lazy Point, was supposed to be temporary, in place for no more than 9 months, when it was installed a decade ago. MICHAEL WRIGHT

authorMichael Wright on May 3, 2023
Rows of 1-ton sandbags that were arranged in front of waterfront homes threatened by convulsive erosion were supposed to be temporary protections while a longer term solution — like relocating... more

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