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NC - State awards $70.3M for public land, water projects | Coastal Review

More than 100 projects across the state have been awarded grants totaling $70.3 million through the North Carolina Land and Water Fund.

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Carib - Coastal management scheme to tackle climate threat

THE Ministry of Works in collaboration with several other stakeholders has launched a coastal management programme for The Bahamas as a “vulnerable nation” to combat the looming threat of climate change.

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TX - Local leaders at odds over disbursement of $180 million in Hurricane Harvey money

Leaders were ready to battle for their slice of the pie, but it was something that was put on pause even before the meeting really got started.

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MA - State Awards Towns $1 Million In Coastal Resilience Grants 21 September 2022

The Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management's Coastal Resilience Grant Program has awarded local towns more than $1 million in grants to combat the impact of climate change.

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NY - NYS Department of State releases new plan to improve conditions along Long Island's South Shore waterways

BABYLON, N.Y. -- Long Island has more than 70 miles of South Shore bays often teeming with boats. However, water quality has been declining for years, impacting fishing and recreation.

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NJ - Ocean County To Pay Half Of Towns $8M Beach Replenishment Bill

Towns have asked the state to pay for the work to restore the beaches damaged by storms and erosion.

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NC - Coastal management staff to draft revised septic setbacks

WILMINGTON – State rules on where septic tanks can be located on oceanfront properties are likely to change in the coming months.

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NJ - Ocean County NJ to pay Jersey Shore beach repair bills

Ocean County has agreed to pay half the local cost of the latest federal beach replenishment project, bringing welcome relief to barrier island towns that are struggling to pay their portion of the bill.

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CAN - Study approved for 'unique' shoreline project along Georgian Bay

Results will help sculpt rules and regulations, aid in creating, managing and enforcing municipal bylaws; 'More people have screwed up our shoreline than you can imagine,' councillor notes