Federal Beach Nourishment Work Pushed Back To 2023 - 27 East

Federal Beach Nourishment Work Pushed Back To 2023

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The federal Army Corps of Engineers told local officials this week that the South Fork has been bumped down the priority list for beach nourishment and will not see significant beach nourishment until 2023.

The federal Army Corps of Engineers told local officials this week that the South Fork has been bumped down the priority list for beach nourishment and will not see significant beach nourishment until 2023.

The federal Army Corps of Engineers told local officials this week that the South Fork has been bumped down the priority list for beach nourishment and will not see significant beach nourishment until 2023.

The federal Army Corps of Engineers told local officials this week that the South Fork has been bumped down the priority list for beach nourishment and will not see significant beach nourishment until 2023.

Beach erosion in Montauk, photographed on March 2.    MICHAEL HELLER

Beach erosion in Montauk, photographed on March 2. MICHAEL HELLER

Beach erosion at Ditch Plains in Montauk, photographed on March 2.   MICHAEL HELLER

Beach erosion at Ditch Plains in Montauk, photographed on March 2. MICHAEL HELLER

Beach erosion in Montauk, photographed on March 2.     MICHAEL HELLER

Beach erosion in Montauk, photographed on March 2. MICHAEL HELLER

authorMichael Wright on Mar 3, 2021
The federal Army Corps of Engineers told local officials this week that the South Fork will not see significant beach nourishment work as part of the Fire Island to Montauk... more

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