Sand on Hideaway Beach’s north end extends to new T-groins that act as a buffer for the gated community’s 5000 and 6000 buildings. Just six months ago sand overlapped vegetation at high tide and came dangerously close to the buildings’ foundations. Submitted

Sand on Hideaway Beach’s north end extends to new T-groins that act as a buffer for the gated community’s 5000 and 6000 buildings. Just six months ago sand overlapped vegetation at high tide and came dangerously close to the buildings’ foundations. Submitted

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