Posted May 11, 2020
The towns had planned for a meeting in March, but it was cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
MARSHFIELD — Before the coronavirus pandemic, Marshfield Planning Director Greg Guimond and his Duxbury counterpart planned a public presentation and meeting in March for a plan for beach nourishment by dumping sand on and near beaches to prevent further erosion and protect the seawalls.
The pandemic ended any possibility of an in-person gathering in March. Public hearings will still happen, whether in person or virtually, but first Marshfield and Duxbury are planning an informational meeting, without real-time public input, to clear the way for a public hearing.