Letter from the Secretary of the Army: transmitting a letter from the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, dated June 27, 1958, submitting a report, together with accompanying papers and illustrations, on a cooperative beach erosion control study of South Kingstown and Westerly, R.I., prepared under the provisions of section 2 of the River and Harbor Act approved July 3, 1930, as amended and supplemented
U.S. Gov't. Print. Off., 1958 - Nature - 24 pages
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150-foot width 4,000 cubic yards 84th Congress accretion annual benefits annual charges authorizing Federal participation barrier beaches Beach and Misquamicut Beach Erosion Board beach erosion control beach facilities Beach fill beach restoration berm Block Island Sound Chief of Engineers cost of beach costs of periodic cut Beach direct placement division engineer Division of Harbors erosion control study extent of one-third feet above mean feet at profile feet of beach Inlet to Watch installation of sand Kingstown and Westerly littoral drift Matunuck Beach Matunuck Point mean high water mean sea level ment Misquami Misquamicut Beach placement of suitable plans Point Judith Harbor public beaches public ownership recreational benefits restoration and stabilization Rhode Island sand fences shore of Rhode shores at Matunuck slopes South Kingstown stone groins study area suitable sand fill Total 1st cost town of Westerly United States Army Watch Hill Weekapaug Inlet west breakwater width by direct yards of sand