FOLLY BEACH ó This island isnít being lost to erosion; itís gaining beach overall, thanks to renourishment, a coastal engineerís study suggests.
But both the Folly Beach County Park end and the Lighthouse Creek end are being lost.
Engineer Tim Kanaís recently released study on beach renourishment in South Carolina drives right to the crux of the argument whether a groin is needed at the county park to help save it. The park canít stop losing sand without one, he said.
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