Army Corps Update July 2018

Earlier this week, the Civic Association met with the Army Corps of Engineers and NYS DEC for our monthly partner meeting. To summarize, work for Phase 2 has begun in Long Beach with walkover pile driving already underway. We expect work to begin in Point Lookout in October with piling driving for the ADA compliant…

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Army Corps Update February 11th

Since we last updated you in November, the Civic has been actively engaged in dialogue with the Army Corps, NYS DEC and the various local municipality sponsors of the “Dredging Project.” Those who have bravely ventured to the beach the last couple of weeks have noticed the Stonehenge like transformation of our waterline. We are…

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Army Corps Update July 2017

With one of the busiest weekends of the summer behind us, we thought we would take this opportunity to update the community on the Army Corps project. We met with the Army Corps and DEC at our regularly scheduled stakeholder meeting in late June. The project is moving ahead of schedule in Long Beach which…

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What’s the Point Lookout Civic Association All About

Many Point Lookout residents wonder what the Civic Association is all about, and what the organization does. In 2016 the PLCA worked closely with the Army Corps of Engineers to coordinate the extensive, multi-year project to reinforce and extend our jetties, to construct a large seawall from the southern tip of Mineola Avenue to the…

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Army Corps Update January 2017

We recently attended our partner meeting with the Army Corps and received an update on the progress of the project. To date, the jetty work between first and second beach groin 56 is nearly complete. The jetty will extend to the dune line and then be backfilled with sand to make it safe to traverse.…

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Community Outlook Summer 2016

Recently, the Civic Association was approached by Pastor Greg from the Point Lookout Community Church with the problem – ┬áthe historical flag pole was in need of restoration; and with that a preservation campaign to restore the original Coast Guard flag tower on the grounds of the Community Church was born. ┬áKevin Haff spearheaded an…

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