The Gloucester County Wetlands Board had a busy night Oct. 12 as it approved eight shoreline improvement projects following separate public hearings in the colonial courthouse.
Linda Walthall, permit technician for the Environmental Division of the Gloucester Codes Compliance Office, said the board approved the application of Adrianne Ryder-Cook Joseph to construct 214 linear feet of Class 1 quarry stone revetment. The project, which Walthall said was approved as presented, is situated along the Ware River at 7734 Goshen Lane.
Following a separate hearing, L. Frank and Linda Phillips were granted permission to construct 183 linear feet of stone breakwater 750 cubic yards of beach nourishment and spartina plantings. That project is located on property situated along the York River off Allmondsville Road.
Acting on other applications, the board took the following action:
—Reactivated the expired permit for Betty Cumers to complete the remaining 124 linear feet of the 226 ...
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