The latest victim in the government shutdown: the beach.
The closing of the regulatory offices at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Tuesday means permits for projects such as dredging, repairing seawalls and renourishing beaches cannot be issued. In Florida the shutdown leaves 465 permits in limbo, including Palm Beach County’s beach renourishment project at Carlin Park in Jupiter.
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