Avalon’s north-end beaches were badly eroded by winter storms, necessitating a larger back-passing project than was initially contemplated. County bridgework made it difficult for the borough to bring the needed heavy equipment onto the island.
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The city planned to delay the final stages of its back-passing project until after Memorial Day weekend, but expected to offer beach access at all paths in time for Memorial Day, North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello said.
Following February storms that produced severe erosion of Avalon’s north-end beaches, the borough will undertake a back passing project, moving sand from a state Department of Environmental Protection approved borrow area just south of the Avalon fishing pier.
Municipal Engineer Paul Dietrich informed Upper Township Committee, at its Feb. 8 meeting, about the overall findings of the latest Stockton University Coastal Research Center report for Strathmere beaches.
The Avalon Garden Club visited the borough's dune Oct. 24 for its annual dune grass planting.