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  1. #21
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    idk man banks were sweet dont get me wrong i was there every weekend there was no waves, but have you skated chelsea?

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    Surfline is running the story too.

    Newport's about to feel the power of the Force I hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock View Post
    Surfline is running the story too.

    Newport's about to feel the power of the Force I hope.
    May the force be with Newport.

  4. #24
    this all comes down to the guy that owns that mansion on the point not letting them use his land to reinforce the sea wall thereby forcing them to come via sea.

    the answer is simple, we burn down that guys house.

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    ^ I like the way you think. Eff that guy and his 20 million dollar mansion.

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    One way to slow things down would be to start "reporting" sightings of indigenous endangered wildlife in the area. I know this creates alot of angst locally in my area when someone's project is derailed because of a bog turtle or tree frog. Then the project must be revised to accomodate said animal, but only after intensive ecological study which can set the project back a year or so. I would not condone this in typical situations, but if it were to save a stand out EC break then thats a different story. Case in point, look at how piping plover has restricted access to areas of the outer banks. Their breaks are still in tact.

  7. #27
    i dont get why they would want to put a jetty in there its all legde. Its not like its gonna erode. they could easily just repair the cliffwalk with concreat for short money.

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by surfrr View Post
    One way to slow things down would be to start "reporting" sightings of indigenous endangered wildlife in the area. I know this creates alot of angst locally in my area when someone's project is derailed because of a bog turtle or tree frog. Then the project must be revised to accomodate said animal, but only after intensive ecological study which can set the project back a year or so. I would not condone this in typical situations, but if it were to save a stand out EC break then thats a different story. Case in point, look at how piping plover has restricted access to areas of the outer banks. Their breaks are still in tact.
    I'm sorry but this is a bad strategy that damages the credability of the environmental community. Someone with local conservation biology expertice can do a survey (staring with a computer search) for the potential or known occurences of federally listed species on site. (S)he can also review the potential for the project to affect listed species in the area. If any, they can be reported to the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. To blow smoke will backfire.

  9. #29
    Im having a hard time picturing where these temporary jetties are going to be put. does anyone know enough to mark up this photo ruggles?
    point1.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    Im having a hard time picturing where these temporary jetties are going to be put. does anyone know enough to mark up this photo ruggles?
    point1.jpg
    That's a good lookin piece of land / water right there