(Mark Rankin/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District Commander Col. James L. Booth during a brief ceremony marking the start of the Duval County Shore Protection Project, which will cover 10 miles of beach with new sand at a cost to taxpayers of $32 million.

Sea Level Rise Makes Florida ‘Beach Renourishment’ Projects More Frequent and Expensive

Heavy hurricane season promises even more spending on sand that’s likely to wash away

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