The Cape Cod Times is reporting that Chatham’s Stage Harbor Channel will be dredged this spring, with the work possibly beginning as early as next week [April 7].
The 150’ Army Corps dredge Currituck is expected to perform the dredging prior to the start of the horseshoe crab spawning season, during which dredging is banned. The channel is currently 5’ deep at low tide.
Read more about the plans to dredge Stage Harbor Channel.
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