Cape Cod Residents Vote to Save Beach

Town Fights Breach on Cape Cod Beach
Photo/Facebook, Town Neck Beach

Voters in Sandwich, Massachusetts, have overwhelmingly approved a proposal to spend $1.25 million, taking a major step toward salvaging sand that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers intends to dredge over the winter from the Cape Cod Canal, according to an article on CapeCodOnline.com.

The hastily called meeting was held as a last-ditch effort to save the sand after a majority of coastal property owners rejected a separate proposal to have the sand dumped in front of private homes.

Read about residents in Sandwich, Massachusetts, voting to save a local beach.