Camden Harbor Dredging Begins
January 18, 2013
PenBayPilot.com: Dredging has begun in Camden’s inner harbor, with an expected 2,000 cubic yards of gravel, silt and rocks to be lifted from the bottom and transported to Oak Hill Cemetery on Hosmer Pond Road to help level the town’s burial ground.
Prock Marine, based in Rockland, set up operations in the harbor this week, lifting black sludge with a clamshell bucket and dumping it onto a barge. A tugboat was helping to move the barge into place.
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