It looks as if Lake Worth Lagoon is even muckier than anyone thought.
How else to explain the disappearance of massive amounts of sand into the bed of the Intracoastal Waterway in Lake Worth? Palm Beach County contractors were supposed to use 180,000 cubic yards of sand to create an archipelago of tiny mangrove islands and oyster beds around the Lake Avenue Bridge, an expansion of the Snook Islands habitat built to improve water quality.
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