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Dare commissioners push ahead on dredging recommendations

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On March 15, Dare County commissioners moved ahead on two of eight recommendations on dealing with dredge material.

Ken Willson with Coastal Protection Engineering shared the results of a study commissioned by Dare County. The study identifies short- and long-term alternatives to create additional capacity for dredge material in order to maintain federal and non-federal waterways.

The report first recommends pursuing permits for short-term alternatives, which the commissioners agreed to implement.

In the central project area including Oregon Inlet and northward, permits will be

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