Groundbreaking for Seahurst Beach Restoration Project will be Sept. 16

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The Burien Parks and Recreation Department has announced that a groundbreaking event for the Seahurst Beach Restoration Project has been set for Monday, Sept. 16, at 11 a.m.

State and local elected officials, Congressional staff, state and local agency representatives, as well as representatives of the different project funding partners are expected to attend.

The Army Corps of Engineers solicited bids on the project Wednesday, Aug. 7. Bids are due Aug. 27 and the Corps will award a contract by Sept. 5. It anticipates issuing a Notice-to-Proceed on Sept. 15.

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2 Responses to “Groundbreaking for Seahurst Beach Restoration Project will be Sept. 16”
  1. Leo Shaw says:

    I was surprised that there was nothing on the blog about the Seahurst (pre seawall removal) Park animal rescue operation that took place on Monday August 19th. Dozens of volunteers from the Seattle Aquarium Beach Naturalist program, ESC Burien, and City of Burien moved thousands of animals from the soon to be disrupted intertidal area at the north end of the beach to safer locations at the south end. This is the second rescue operation at Seahurst, the first took place before the south end seawall was removed.

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