Construction of a 2,400 foot-long revetment at Hueneme Beach Park between Market Street and the Port Hueneme Pier. Revetment to be constructed as far upland as possible adjacent to the existing wall and sidewalk, but below the natural beach elevation such that the revetment would be buried during normal sand replenishment years. Imported rock to be transported from Emma Wood State Beach, Solimar Beach or a local quarry. For each 500-foot segment, up to 7,700 tons of rock would be needed. The purpose of the project is to prevent damage to onshore improvements resulting from accelerated erosion at Hueneme Beach Park occurring as a result of an interruption in beach nourishment.
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