Shifting sands in Cannon Beach (OR)

The dunes are too high and need to be graded, representatives from Breakers Point condominiums have told the Cannon Beach City Council.  “We had a great view of the beach up until about 15 months ago,” Breakers Point property owner Frank Patrick said. “You can’t even see the water anymore. It’s about 45 to 50 feet high.”  Sand has continued to build in the past few years and Breakers Point is unable to maintain four beach access points now covered in sand, Patrick said.    Read the article…………..


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