SANFORD, Fla. — After six decades, the city of Sanford is going to replace the sea wall that protects the marina from rough water.
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Currently, the wall is in disrepair and barely protecting the boats and docks in the marina. Here's what you should know about the project:
- The project includes replacing the existing 300-foot wood wall with a concrete barrier.
- Crews are already manufacturing the concrete plates in an off-site location.
- Crews are expected to beginning installing the plates in a month.
- The project will cost around $800,000 and is expected to be completed in the spring.
- The project also includes a new boat ramp and pavilion.