Florida: City signs off on county's $5.2M Park Shore beach renourishment project
Collier County plans to renourish 2.5 miles of beach
The city's Park Shore beaches are set to receive thousands of dump truck loads of sand as part of Collier County's $5.2 million beach renourishment project, which could begin as early as next week.
Clam Pass, North Park Shore and Park Shore Beach will receive a combined total of 165,000 tons of sand. The sand, brought in from the Stewart Mine in Immokalee, will be spread over 2.5 miles of shoreline.
Collier County commissioner Penny Taylor — whose district includes the city of Naples — County Manager Leo Ochs and Gary McAlpin, manager of the county’s Coastal Zone Management, attended Wednesday's Naples City Council meeting to present the project to the council members.