No 'Dirtbags' On Montauk Beach This Year - 27 East

No ‘Dirtbags’ On Montauk Beach This Year

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The "artificial dune" atop the sandbag revetment protecting downtown Montauk's oceanfront weathered the winter well thanks to relatively calm weather and the protective effects of the thousands of tons of sand that have been trucked into Montauk in the last four years.

authorMichael Wright on Apr 14, 2020
Mother Nature gave East Hampton Town a bit of a break this year. A mild storm season and favorable winds in the last several months — combined with more than... more

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