During the Beach Haven Borough Council’s regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday, September 14, officials from the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will take part in a public Q&A regarding the town’s upcoming beach replenishment project.
The meeting will be held at the Long Beach Island Historical Museum, located at 129 Engleside Ave., at 7 p.m.
Regular business will be conducted for about the first 10 minutes, after which the floor will be handed over to state and federal officials, The SandPaper reports.
“We’ll be providing information to the public who have questions about the project, but we’ll only specifically be dealing with the Beach Haven project,” said Sherry Mason, municipal clerk. “We’re not going to entertain questions about Long Beach or any other town that might be getting it.”
Mason said that the council members are encouraging all local residents, including those who agree with the project, to come out and share their opinions and ask questions.