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Sea Bright/Monmouth Beach Sea Wall to Get Nearly $3 Million Repair

SEA BRIGHT: The sea wall in the borough and Monmouth Beach will be repaired in three areas thanks to a $2.98 allocation by FEMA.

The sea wall was breached in several spots during Hurricane Sandy, causing flooding in the two boroughs, most notably, the downtown area of Sea Bright.

The funding will be used remove sand, furnish and installing cap stones, sealing the top of the jetties with concrete grout and backfilling the area with sand, according to a release from Congressman Frank Pallone.

Sea Bright officials have said the sea wall repair project could take about 18 months to complete and will be overseen by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. 

For more information about the sea wall repair project, click here.

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