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The two alternative currently under consideration include replacing the pier in its existing location, and replacing the pier at a location approximately 150 feet to the south. If the pier is replaced in its present location, this would include some armoring of the shoreline to protect the pier access road. If a new pier is constructed to the south, the pier would span the beach and shoreline and would require only a short access road with a small amount of scour protection. In either location, the new pier will need to be longer and higher than the existing pier to facilitate safer vessel mooring in deeper water.
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