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Avalon Finishes Beach Replenishment Project  

Avalon Finishes Beach Replenishment Project  

By Herald Staff

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AVALON – The borough has completed its 2024 back-passing project, moving 32,000 cubic yards of sand from an approved mid-borough borrowing area just south of the fishing pier at 32nd Street to the badly eroded beaches in the north end between 9th and 17th streets.

Business Administrator Scott Wahl told the Borough Council at its June 26 meeting that the project has resulted in an 80-foot beach berm that will protect property and provide enjoyment for residents and visitors. The contractor is now demobilizing his equipment.

Wahl said no more sand will be moved in the borough in advance of the summer season. He added that the Public Works Department has reconstructed and opened all beach paths to the public.

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