Tybee wants feds to remove dangerous sea wall remnants


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Tybee wants feds to remove dangerous sea wall remnants
A hazard lurks beneath the water’s surface on Tybee Island’s north beach in the form of the barnacle-covered remnants of an old sea wall. City officials and members of Tybee’s Beach Task Force would like to see the concrete structures removed because of the risk they pose to swimmers. “At high tide, they are completely under water,” said task force member Joe Richardson. “So it’s a real …
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