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PROJECT BEGINS TO PROTECT EAST POINT LIGHTHOUSE

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection begins a project this week that will help preserve the East Point Lighthouse on the Delaware Bay from future flooding events.  This is the second oldest lighthouse in the state.  Nearly a half million dollars will be spent to install a geotube that will help mitigate flooding problems.

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