Beach Renourishment

6:29 pm
Wed April 8, 2015

North Topsail Working to Remove Rocks on Beach; Requesting Extension on Sand Project

Finding good quality sand that is also compatible with the existing sand on a beach is an ongoing challenge for beach renourishment projects in North Carolina.  

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6:25 pm
Wed April 8, 2015

CoastLine: Beach Renourishment as Shoreline Protection Tool

Town of North Topsail Beach

Keeping beautiful beaches beautiful, protecting homes and public infrastructure from an encroaching ocean…

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Local - March 24
5:00 am
Tue March 25, 2014

Do Flood Insurance Hikes Spell the End of Coastal Living?

Topsail Beach, North Carolina

The National Flood Insurance Program is working its way out of bankruptcy following Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy--but its plan involves sharp premium increases for coastal property owners. This population includes more than 17,000 North Carolinians--many of whom stand to have their flood insurance rates triple this year. Coastal community leaders are busy voicing their concern to federal and state legislators. To strengthen their argument at the federal level, leaders from communities such as Topsail Beach plan to band together across North and South Carolina’s coast.

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10:00 am
Sat November 19, 2011

NHCo. Beach Towns Approve Renourishment Plan

Wrightsville Beach, NC

New Hanover County’s beach towns have approved an inter-local agreement to pay for beach renourishment.

WHQR’s Michelle Bliss reports that county commissioners must approve the agreement and a vote is expected before the end of the year.

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