REHOBOTH BEACH – October 23, 2013
Beach restoration work to reverse damage from Superstorm Sandy is moving to Rehoboth Beach this week.
WXDE-FM radio reports that about one block will be built up each day from Virginia Avenue south.
The Dewey Beach Scooter Nation held a 2013 Dewey Beach Scooter Rally, organized by the Rev. Robert Digiacomo, Sept. 30. The proceeds from this year’s event, totaling $1,650, were donated to the Surfrider Foundation Delaware Chapter Oct. 8. Read More – Article Posted by Cape Gazette
6:30 @ the Lewes Library – upstairs
Lewes Public Library is located at 111 Adams Ave Lewes, DE 19958
6:30 @ the Lewes Library – upstairsLewes Library is located at 111 Adams Ave Lewes, DE 19958
Volunteers needed! DNREC is sponsoring a dune grass planting to assist our battered beaches throughout the state. 3/23/13 at 9AM. The Delaware Chapter wants volunteers to help at the Indian River Inlet, North Side. Specifically, we will be planting in Savages Ditch, about 1/2 mile north of Indian River Inlet.
A huge thank you to all 915 of you who used our Action Alert system and emailed your comments on the Environmental Impact Statement, EIS, into the DNREC in opposition of the proposed Rehoboth Beach Ocean Outfall Pipe. Thanks as well to the Delaware Nature Society, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, and the Assateauge Coastkeeper who signed on to the official comments the Chapter submitted. The Chapter’s comments can be seen here.
Delaware Sierra Club submitted excellent comments of their own which can be seen here.