Dune restoration to delay beach openings in Surf City, Harvey Cedars and Brant Beach

The Army Corps of Engineers will be doing emergency work to rebuild dunes eaten away by Sandy in an effort to restore the beaches.

The Army Corps of Engineers will be doing emergency work to rebuild dunes eaten away by Sandy in an effort to restore the beaches. (5/3/13)

SURF CITY - Some Long Beach Island beaches will not be open to the public for the beginning of the summer season.

The Army Corps of Engineers will be doing emergency work to rebuild dunes eaten away by Sandy in an effort to restore the beaches.  Areas of Surf City, Harvey Cedars and Brant Beach will be included in the project.

Residents say the timing is rough for local businesses, but they are thankful the work will be completed.
 

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