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After more than a year of discussion and controversy regarding dredging in Sunset Beach, the town is one step closer to making it a reality. However, it won't happen how some wanted it done.
Sea turtle nesting season is right around the corner, but the dredge boats are still in the waters at Carolina Beach and Kure Beach.
Those with the inlet association formed specifically to save it tell me they almost lost it. Now it's reportedly in the safest shape sailors have seen in years.
The town was placing the spoils on property at the wastewater treatment plant it leases from the U.S. Army, but the Army told the town to stop because it was being dumped in the wrong spot.
All day long dredging is underway on the Carolina Beach Inlet. Dredging projects play a major role in maintaining both beaches and inlets.
A week after it started, dredging in the Lockwood Folly Inlet is on hold.
$60.5 million in federal funds could be coming to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for projects in the Wilmington area.
Brunswick County visitors and residents have seen many changes over the last few months including the number of shells along the shoreline.
Dredging in the Intracoastal Waterway and Carolina Beach Inlet Crossing will cause certain campsites and beach areas to close.