Corps of Engineers reviews Magothy erosion-control plan PASADENA

November 26, 1992

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reviewing a developer's plans to use stone, sand and salt-marsh grasses to control erosion along Sillery Bay in the Magothy River.

G. W. Stone has sought a federal permit to construct a 180-foot stone revetment along property in the 1400 block of Rainbow Drive, backfill with sand and plant the area with the aquatic grasses. The site, which has a 200-foot pier, is opposite the Hunters Harbor Community Beach.

The public can send comments to the Corps of Engineers through Dec. 21.

Information: 962-4552.

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