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Friday October 09, 2020 (1 year, 1 month ago)


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If Town Neck Beach were to continue to degrade, it could lead to a number of major problems for the town. These include putting structures along the shoreline at higher risk of storm damage and putting the natural 600-acre salt marsh habitat at greater risk for catastrophic damage. It will put downtown infrastructures such as town hall, fire and police departments, and Route 6A at increased risk of storm flooding.

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