Replacing the Duxbury Beach seawall will cost approximately $28 million and will take two and a half years from initial permitting to completion, said the town’s Planning Director this week.
At a meeting Monday at Town Hall, Duxbury Planning Director Chris Ryan gave the Selectboard an update on the seawall project, including the scope, the budget and timeline estimates.
The seawall sits on the northern part of Duxbury Beach in front of private homes. Sections of the wall crumbled into the ...
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