We don't need to be reminded of the fact that sand dune work in Ocean County has been a bit of a headache to say the least.

From cost overruns to lawsuits, it looks like the headaches could now also extend into the heart of Ocean County's lucrative beachgoing season.

According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, work from Manasquan Inlet all the way to Barnegat Inlet could stretch anywhere from March through early October in places.

And some of the beaches that will be cordoned off to visitors will include some of Ocean County's most popular; including Normandy Beach (April - June), Point Pleasant Beach (August), and Seaside Heights (August - October).

Patch also reports that a number of municipalities, including Seaside Heights and Point Pleasant Beach among others, have voiced their concern about the fact that the ongoing work could cause some expensive challenges when the Memorial Day to Labor Day height of the summer season rolls around.

You can see the full summary of the Army Corps of Engineers' schedules by clicking here.


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