Town News: Lockwood Folly Dredging Update

Good News – Lockwood Folly Sand
December 12, 2010

The Army Corps of Engineers has advised the Town that the maintenance dredging of the Lockwood Folly Inlet Crossing will occur six weeks earlier than originally planned. Placement of an estimated 150,000 cubic yards of beach compatible sand will begin around January 7th near the eastern terminus of Ocean Boulevard and continue for approximately two weeks working in a westerly direction towards Ranger Street or thereabouts depending on actual sand harvest yields. All industrial type activities should be completed by the end of January.

StarNews’ Brunswick Today Blog has more… Lockwood Folly inlet dredging moved up

Josh is a primary contributor to the Holden Beach Community Blog, focusing on sharing local news and event information with locals and visitors. He grew up at Holden Beach working for family businesses. As a kid, you could have found him riding his bike to old Jeff's Grocery for a few candy treats or working the checkout counter at Beach Mart.

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