Drone footage of the new outfall being constructed in the ocean, in Wildwood.
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Construction work on a $23 million drainage project, aimed at alleviating flooding in the Pacific Avenue business district, should wrap up by the beginning of June, said Jim Oris, the engineer overseeing the project for Wildwood.
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