Erosion watch continues at Westport by the Sea condominium complex (WA)

Homeowners at the Westport by the Sea condominium development, at the foot of W. Ocean Avenue in Westport, are continuing to watch the shoreline erode in front of their properties. Storm activity and extreme high tides this fall and winter have taken more than than 30 feet of frontage thus far. This past week offered a bit of a reprieve, however, with a slower rate of bankline crumbling to the beach below the now-nearly seven-foot drop.    Read the article………..


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