The Gloucester County Wetlands Board unanimously approved three projects during its March 10 meeting.
The first request was from Jerrold Hutton of Red Bank Road, who sought authorization to install 190 LF Class A1 riprap revetment on filter fabric with buried toe. He also asked for it to be accessed by the existing gravel driveway.
The next request was from Edward Brown of Lillaston Lane, who sought permission to install 239 feet of stone revetment with associated tree removal and bank grading. There would also be 10 feet of quarry stone returned to an existing stone revetment. Site will be accessed from upland.
The last request came from Rodney and Carrie Barrack of Ray Brown Jr. Lane, who sought authorization to install 170 feet of quarry stone marsh toe with beach nourishment and sprigging. The site will be accessed from upland.
Following the meeting of the Wetlands Board, the members reconvened as the Gloucester Chesapeake Bay Preservation and Erosion Commission to una...
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