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Sand shift from Sandy shows up in Cape May County

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Dale Gerhard

Sam Ussia of Greenville SC, and summer resident of Cape May Point, sand sand has filled the beach where he use to fish at Alexander Ave in Cape May Point. A survey of Cape May Point's beaches finds they gained 175,000 cubic yards of sand due to Hurricane Sandy. All nine beaches surveyed got larger. Monday Aug. 5, 2013 (Dale Gerhard Photo/Press of Atlantic City)

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CAPE MAY POINT - Something looked different when the lifeguards reported to duty this year, and it may be one of the few positives to come from Hurricane Sandy.

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5 images

Dale Gerhard

Sam Ussia of Greenville SC, and summer resident of Cape May Point, sand sand has filled the beach where he use to fish at Alexander Ave in Cape May Point. A survey of Cape May Point's beaches finds they gained 175,000 cubic yards of sand due to Hurricane Sandy. All nine beaches surveyed got larger. Monday Aug. 5, 2013 (Dale Gerhard Photo/Press of Atlantic City)