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Beach restoration

Beach restoration: Gravel and driftwood that had accumulated in the public boat ramps during the winter storms was collected by dump trucks and then redistributed on the beach just south of Rockland Road. The rock and logs were used Wednesday to rebuild the beach to a natural setting that is expected to help prevent erosion during future storms. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Beach restoration: Gravel and driftwood that had accumulated in the public boat ramps during the winter storms was collected by dump trucks and then redistributed on the beach just south of Rockland Road. The rock and logs were used Wednesday to rebuild the beach to a natural setting that is expected to help prevent erosion during future storms.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror
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