Rehoboth Beach To Repair Damaged Boardwalk

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The City of Rehoboth Beach is now accepting sealed bids for repairs to portions of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk damaged in last January’s nor’easter.

Plans call for the removal and replacement of the boardwalk decking, removal and replacement of the ledger boards that have been damaged, replacement of water lines to foot showers, and other associated work from Grenoble Place north to Surfside Place.

Officials said that interested contractors may obtain more information from the city managers office. Read more here

 

 

 

 

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