WATCHDOG REPORT: Lack of competition for bids drives up cost for beach replenishments in New Jersey - Press of Atlantic City: Watch Dog Reports

WATCHDOG REPORT: Lack of competition for bids drives up cost for beach replenishments in New Jersey

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Posted: Sunday, June 27, 2010 12:30 am

On a windy day in April, the mayors from Sea Isle City and Avalon met on the Townsends Inlet Bridge to decide whose town would be first to get its beaches heaped with new sand. The $10.4 million dredging contract did not specify where to start, so the mayors flipped for it.

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