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Wrightsville Beach budget boosts beach sand fund, raises water & sewer rates

With its passage of the 2018-2019 budget last week, Wrightsville Beach will continue to grow its sand fund while continuing to store away money...

Dredge project eyes mid June finish

On Monday, May 19, Wrightsville Beach Storm Damage Reduction project dredge contractor Weeks Marine and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers confirmed the project...

Speedy finish for sand project a possibility

Wrightsville’s delayed coastal storm damage reduction project could be completed early. “We’re trying hard to make sure we finish before the end of the month....

Beach leaders still seek renourishment supplement

During a second meeting called by Carolina Beach Mayor Dan Wilcox to discuss possible revenue sources for supplemental beach renourishment funding April 30, the...

McIntyre commends Wrightsville Beach renourishment

  East Charlotte Street was Congressman Mike McIntyre’s first stop in Wrightsville Beach during a coastal tour of his district. On Thursday, April 24, McIntyre headed...

All hands man dredge 24/7

The E.W. Ellefsen cutterhead dredge currently pumping sand from Masonboro Inlet onto the south end of Wrightsville Beach operates 24 hours per day. The Weeks...

Renourishment underway

Weeks Marine prepares to pump sand on the Wrightsville Beach strand near Public Access No. 32, at the end of Arrindale Street, Wednesday, April...

How to pay for sand

Future funding of Coastal Storm Damage Reduction projects was the topic of conversation during a joint meeting called by Carolina Beach Mayor Dan Wilcox...

Sand at hand for Wrightsville Beach

Wrightsville’s beaches will finally receive some sand. The cutter dredge sent by Weeks Marine to complete the delayed Coastal Storm Damage Reduction project arrived April...

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