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Beach erosion a problem at Doctor's Pass

Waves move on shore against the embankment near high-rise condominiums south of Doctors Pass on Monday in North Naples. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended Monday the county move forward with a $1.1 million beach renourishment project south of Doctors Pass. The recommendation goes before county commissioners for final approval May 12. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Waves move on shore against the embankment near high-rise condominiums south of Doctors Pass on Monday in North Naples. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended Monday the county move forward with a $1.1 million beach renourishment project south of Doctors Pass. The recommendation goes before county commissioners for final approval May 12. Lexey Swall/Staff

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  • Waters flood the eroded beaches south of Doctor's Pass. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended a $1.1 million re-nourishment project that is set out for final approval on May 12. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News.
  • Carol Hawkins, left, and Fran White relax on the beach as waves move on shore against the embankment near high-rise condominiums south of Doctors Pass on Monday in North Naples. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended Monday the county move forward with a $1.1 million beach renourishment project south of Doctors Pass. The recommendation goes before county commissioners for final approval May 12. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Girls play on the jetty on the eroded beaches. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended a $1.1 million re-nourishment project by Doctor's pass that is set out for final approval on May 12. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News.
  • Tourists spending the day at the beach only a few feet from the water due to severe weather erosion. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended a $1.1 million re-nourishment project by Doctor's pass and set out for final approval on May 12. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News.
  • Ryan Rataj, 21, skimming the swell near the eroding beach in Park Shore Beach, North Naples. The Collier County Tourist Development Council has not approved Park Shore Beach for a re-nourishment project. Kera Holzinger/Special to the Daily News.
  • Girls try to maneuver the rocks on the north end of Doctors Pass on Monday in North Naples. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended Monday the county move forward with a $1.1 million beach renourishment project south of Doctors Pass. The recommendation goes before county commissioners for final approval May 12. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Randy, 18, and Ryan Rataj skim wait for the right wave as they skim board at Parkshore Beach on Monday in North Naples. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended Monday the county move forward with a $1.1 million beach renourishment project south of Doctors Pass. The recommendation goes before county commissioners for final approval May 12. Lexey Swall/Staff
  • Waves move on shore against the embankment near high-rise condominiums south of Doctors Pass on Monday in North Naples. The Collier County Tourist Development Council recommended Monday the county move forward with a $1.1 million beach renourishment project south of Doctors Pass. The recommendation goes before county commissioners for final approval May 12. Lexey Swall/Staff

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