While the Village of Quogue has made efforts to restore its village beach after Superstorm Sandy's winds ravished nearly a year ago, a 12-year-old group of area residents believe more needs to be done to secure 2.7 miles of Dune Road beachfront in the village.
The group, made up of Dune Road residents, call themselves, Save the Beaches and Dunes Foundation, and have recently enlisted the help of Aram Terchunian, of First Coastal Environmental, to work up a re-nourishment plan.
In the meantime, village officials have taken steps to shore-up the shoreline, dumping truck loads of sand, at a cost of $25,000, on its beach a month after Sandy exposed protective sand bags, some piled as tall as 7 feet.
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