Last week Frank Pallone and the his cronies announced that the next round of beach "nourishment" will commence this week. There's a couple of things going on. First, there's dredging happening in both the Navesink and Shrewsbury Rivers. Now that may be needed as the channels have been shoaling up which can be a problem and dangerous for watercraft on lower tides. There's nothing like running aground in places where you think there should be water and there's not. The Navesink is getting work from the Route 23 bridge in Red Bank to the Shrewsbury River. In the Shrewsbury the work will go from the Rumson-Sea Bright bridge, where a new bridge is being constructed, to Branchport Avenue.
The other part of this project, and the one I object to, is the dumping and pumping of sand in front of the Monmouth Beach Bath and Tennis Club. So basically it sounds like from Big to Little Monmouth.