New Haven Register: Two barges and a backhoe Tuesday [November 12] wrapped up about 10 days of harbor dredging this week at Milford Lisman Landing Marina.
The goal was to get the water to the correct depth of 5’ to 7’, where the boats wouldn’t hit the bottom or stir up the mud, marina Director Ray Swift said Tuesday. Work at the Head of the Harbor was done “pretty much around the clock,” Swift said.
Read more about the dredging of Milford Harbor.
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