A group of Bay Head residents chipped in to pay for a protective storm wall currently being built along the northern end, but could be forced into giving up some of their property anyway for a federal beach replenishment project planned for the entire Jersey coast.
Federal officials have awarded a $57 million contract to widen beaches in New Jersey's Cape May County, part of broader effort along its entire 127-mile coastline that includes building protective sand dunes on most of the state's beaches.
Sandy-damaged coastal communities from Manasquan to the Barnegat Inlets are learning through media sources that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not be starting a massive beach replenishment project in June.
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