Thanks to the workers who come everyday to replace hazardous boardwalk timber. Looks like there is only one two-man crew to keep up with miles and miles of broken and rotting wood. It may take as long as 30 minutes to replace each board. Do the math. There seems to be only enough manpower to deal with the most hazardous areas.
|Miles of boards to repair|
Look back on the posts of September 2011 to see my first photo essay on the conditions of our favorite pathway by the sea. It was meant to be light-hearted but there are serious safety issues that must be addressed now.
|Area where a woman's leg broke through the rotting wood|
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