Cape May Beach Slope Discussion Date Change
Release Date: November 24, 2015
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CAPE MAY BEACH SLOPE DISCUSSION DATE CHANGE
Who: Cape May City Council and Hatch Mott MacDonald
What: Date rescheduled for the City’s discussion on Hatch Mott MacDonald’s feasibility study on altering Cape May’s beach slope.
When: Tuesday, Dec. 15, 7pm (originally scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 1)
Where: City of Cape May, City Hall
643 Washington Street
Cape May, NJ 08204
On Oct. 20, Cape May City Council authorized Hatch Mott MacDonald, the City’s contracted engineering firm, to prepare a feasibility study for the reduction of the beach slope along the oceanfront. The study will consist of an evaluation of the breaking wave conditions within the surf zone of the City’s beaches, and also an analysis and recommendations regarding the possibility and practicality of mechanically altering the beach slope. Hatch Mott MacDonald will present and submit the final report to City Council at the Council Meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 15 in the City Hall Auditorium. The general public is invited to attend and participate in this meeting.