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Climate Change Coastal Resilience East Hampton Montauk

CCOM To Host Discussion on ‘Coastal Resiliency and the Future of Our Town’

Pictured Above: Low lying areas of East Hampton Town, including in Downtown Montauk, were inundated with water during three coastal storms this past winter. |. East Hampton Town photo, via Facebook Concerned Citizens of Montauk (CCOM) is hosting a community discussion on "Coastal Resiliency and the Future of Our Town" this Sunday, June 9 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Montauk Library. The seating at the library has been
An aerial view of the sandbagged beach in downtown Montauk after the recent storms |. East Hampton Town photo
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East Hampton Ready to Put All Its Coastal Resilience Options on the Table

Pictured Above: An aerial view of the sandbagged beach in downtown Montauk after the recent storms |. East Hampton Town photo East Hampton Town is requesting an amendment to the Army Corps of Engineers project slated to begin in downtown Montauk this winter to incorporate damage to its sandbagged beach there during three recent storms, as New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced this week that she is authorizing $3 million
The 480-foot Great Lakes suction hopper dredge Ellis Island is expected to be moved to Montauk in the upcoming weeks.
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Montauk FIMP Beach Work Begins

Pictured Above: The 480-foot Great Lakes suction hopper dredge Ellis Island is expected to be moved to Montauk in the upcoming weeks. |. Eastern Shipbuilding Group Inc. photo As the East End deals with round after round of coastal storms this January, crews are beginning to stage equipment for a long-awaited Army Corps of Engineers dredging project to pump 450,000 cubic yards of sand onto Montauk's downtown beaches. The $11.25
Dawn at the Montauk light.
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Montauk Lighthouse to be Shored Up Beginning This Spring

A new, two-year project to safeguard the Montauk Lighthouse from erosion is slated to begin this spring, after the federal and state government awarded a $30.7 million contract for the project this week. H&L Contracting of Bay Shore will be performing the work contracted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which consists of removing and reusing existing five- and 10-ton armor stones, placement of new 10- and 15-ton armor