Sand replenishment

Letters to the Editor

Sand on our beaches The continuing deterioration of our beaches is simply not acceptable.

Support the Army Corps of Engineer’s 50-year beach sand replenishment alternative EN-1A

On May 8 at 6 p.m., at the Encinitas City Hall, the Encinitas City Council will consider the Army Corps of Engineer’s proposed sand replenishment project for the next 50 years along the Encinitas shoreline.

Solana Beach hears update on Army Corps sand project, OKs $150k

SOLANA BEACH — The fate of a joint project between Encinitas, Solana Beach and the Army Corps of Engineers that has been in the works for more than 10 years will be decided by the end of 2013, according to an update provided during the April 10 Solana Beach City Council meeting.

Public can weigh in on 50-year beach replenishment plan

Public can weigh in on 50-year beach replenishment plan

COAST CITIES — The timing of sand replenishments in San Diego County has been anything but a sure bet.

Sand replenishment resumes in Carlsbad, Solana Beach pipe still clogged

Sand replenishment resumes in Carlsbad, Solana Beach pipe still clogged

COAST CITIES — Work to place sand on area beaches was scheduled to resume Nov. 15, but in Carlsbad rather than Solana Beach, where an explosion that caused minor damage and no injuries suspended the project earlier this month.

Ahead of lobster season, fishermen concerned about sand replenishment

Ahead of lobster season, fishermen concerned about sand replenishment

COAST CITIES — This summer, a long-planned sand dredge designed to widen beaches for tourists and residents was postponed by nearly two months from its original completion date.

Wave quality to be recorded following beach project

Wave quality to be recorded following beach project

COAST CITIES — In the first program of its kind, San Diego Surfrider will monitor how an influx of sand from a beach-replenishment project affects the waves at local surf spots.