A beach fill in Stone Harbor has been completed. Borough officials tell 987 The Coast that the dredging is finished. Roughly 800,000 cubic yards of sand were placed on the beachfront. The company is in the process of demobilizing. The work took place from the southern end of Stone Harbor all the way to Avalon’s 78th St. beach. The beach fill was initially supposed to take place before the start of the summer, but was delayed and had to be finished in July.
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