"The $$ being spent that ALL of us are paying for the aentire beach replenishment fiasco which as we all know is temporary. Only benefits a select chosen few. Don't believe the fabricated BS of the tourist $$."
The present project is not replenishment, it is a restoration project fully funded by Washington DC. I agree with you on the "benefits only a select chosen few".
"Going farther I seen no concern of your when they destroyed the Harvey Cedars lump a long time popular fishing lump an dredged WWII bombs on the beach."
Several fishing clubs, the JCAA and NJOACF all protested the use of Essential Fish Habitat during the public comment period of the project, NJCDC was part of that as well as the saving of three out of the six groins that were slated to be notched. The items you refer to as "bombs", are actually WW I munition parts called boosters. Here is an article on them:
There are signs posted at several public access points from Deal thru Loch Arbour warning beach goers to report any sightings and not to mess with them,
"Nor the rebuilt Barnegat South jetty that buried at least 2 wrecks I know of or the Ship Bottom wreck that was beach accessible, and more I'm not aware of."
Neither of the wrecks are diveable as well as the fact that both wrecks were and are buried under either several feet of sand and/or rip rap. The NJHDA was involved with the "Brick" wreck. Here is an article on it:
"The entire coast line is being dredged and now there's concern because the dredge is now in your backyard?"
My "backyard" has no sand, though the grass does need to be cut today. If anyone had plans to dive the "Dual Wrecks" there will be a difficult and lengthy access as the Lake Takanassee access point is closed due to the restoration work, COBRA is watching that situation. And the visibility will be horrendous for a while.