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Montauk Beach Restoration Would Be Costly, But Possibly Worth The Cost To Those Who Would Pay

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Coastal engineering consultant Aram Terchunian detailed the costs and community reaction to plans to nourish the beaches in Montauk in 2021 for the East Hampton Town Board.

Coastal engineering consultant Aram Terchunian detailed the costs and community reaction to plans to nourish the beaches in Montauk in 2021 for the East Hampton Town Board.

East Hampton Town is considering whether to spend millions to expand on the beach nourishment work that the Army Corps of Engineers will do in Montauk.

East Hampton Town is considering whether to spend millions to expand on the beach nourishment work that the Army Corps of Engineers will do in Montauk.

Coastal engineering consultant Aram Terchunian detailed the costs and community reaction to plans to nourish the beaches in Montauk in 2021 for the East Hampton Town Board.

Coastal engineering consultant Aram Terchunian detailed the costs and community reaction to plans to nourish the beaches in Montauk in 2021 for the East Hampton Town Board.

Survey results taken over the summer show that beachgoers in Montauk see a wide beach as a key benefit to their time in Montauk and are willing to pay extra for the beach to be in prime condition.

Survey results taken over the summer show that beachgoers in Montauk see a wide beach as a key benefit to their time in Montauk and are willing to pay extra for the beach to be in prime condition.

Survey results taken over the summer show that beachgoers in Montauk see a wide beach as a key benefit to their time in Montauk and are willing to pay extra for the beach to be in prime condition.

Survey results taken over the summer show that beachgoers in Montauk see a wide beach as a key benefit to their time in Montauk and are willing to pay extra for the beach to be in prime condition.

Survey results taken over the summer show that beachgoers in Montauk see a wide beach as a key benefit to their time in Montauk and are willing to pay extra for the beach to be in prime condition.

Survey results taken over the summer show that beachgoers in Montauk see a wide beach as a key benefit to their time in Montauk and are willing to pay extra for the beach to be in prime condition.

Survey results taken over the summer show that beachgoers in Montauk see a wide beach as a key benefit to their time in Montauk and are willing to pay extra for the beach to be in prime condition.

Survey results taken over the summer show that beachgoers in Montauk see a wide beach as a key benefit to their time in Montauk and are willing to pay extra for the beach to be in prime condition.

authorMichael Wright on Sep 17, 2019
East Hampton has a ripe opportunity to rebuild Montauk’s beachfront at a discount by piggybacking on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to bolster the beach near the hamlet’s downtown.... more

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