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Long Awaited Beach Nourishment For Tiana, Montauk Slated For 2022

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Dredging crews rebuilding the beaches west of Shinnecock Inlet in February 2020. Federal funding for massive new nourishment projects in Hampton Bays, East Quogue and Montauk was approved by Congress this month.

Dredging crews rebuilding the beaches west of Shinnecock Inlet in February 2020. Federal funding for massive new nourishment projects in Hampton Bays, East Quogue and Montauk was approved by Congress this month.

authorMichael Wright on Dec 31, 2020
Federal contractors could potentially begin pumping millions of tons of sand onto South Fork beaches by year’s end, or early 2022, after funding for the long-awaited Fire Island to Montauk... more

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