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Lake Beseck from the outfall located to the south end of the beach. A new Road Sand Removal Project will get rid of sand plumes at four outfalls and two tributaries of the lake, according to town officials and the Lake Beseck Advisory Committee. (Submitted by Amy Poturnick.i)

Sand removal plan put in place


Lake Beseck from the outfall located to the south end of the beach. A new Road Sand Removal Project will get rid of sand plumes at four outfalls and two tributaries of the lake, according to town officials and the Lake Beseck Advisory Committee. (Submitted by Amy Poturnick.i)



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