As More Visitors Arrives, Beach Communities Continue Response To Early May Nor’easter

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As Memorial Day approaches, finding solitude along some Delaware Beaches may be a bit more challenging.An early May nor’easter caused significant erosion in some communities. Crews have been working during the past few weeks to restore access ramps and pathways.According to Rehoboth Beach officials:By tomorrow (Friday) morning, three of the five closed dune crossings in…

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Some Del. Bay Beaches To Be Nourished This Winter

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Several beaches on the upper portion of Delaware Bay will be nourished over the coming winter. According to the Delaware Department of Natural Resources, beaches and dunes at Slaughter Beach, Bowers, South Bowers, Kitts Hummock and Pickering Beach have been identified as vulnerable to the effects of erosion. The plan is to truck in supplies…

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Rehoboth Beach Plans Public Workshops on Development Plan

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The City of Rehoboth Beach is welcoming the public’s input on a new Comprehensive Development Plan. The city is providing residents the opportunity to offer their input on the CDP’s advancement. The Planning Commission has scheduled two initial public workshops on July 20 and August 3, both beginning at 9 a.m. The workshops will focus…

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