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Larchmont’s Dog Beach Remains Closed

Update:

According to Larchmont Village Hall, Dog Beach remains closed. “The erosion that occurred along the sea wall during Tropical Storm Isaias created a hazardous condition – specifically the egress from the dead end of Beach Avenue down to the water.
The Village is working with the NYS DEC, because a permit from the DEC is required to restore sand to the area. Once the Village is issued the permit, it can begin the restoration work. Since we are currently waiting on DEC approval, we cannot give a specific timeline for completion until the permit issued.

Tide watching dog owners, take note.

Because you asked, we spoke to Larchmont Mayor Lorraine Walsh today, who reminded us that thanks to Tropical Storm Isaias, in August, a significant amount of erosion has kept Dog Beach temporarily closed.

The Village is working with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation on a plan to remediate the erosion. It is expected the beach area will remain closed into the Fall of 2020.

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Update:

According to Larchmont Village Hall, Dog Beach remains closed. “The erosion that occurred along the sea wall during Tropical Storm Isaias created a hazardous condition – specifically the egress from the dead end of Beach Avenue down to the water.
The Village is working with the NYS DEC, because a permit from the DEC is required to restore sand to the area. Once the Village is issued the permit, it can begin the restoration work. Since we are currently waiting on DEC approval, we cannot give a specific timeline for completion until the permit issued.

Tide watching dog owners, take note.

Because you asked, we spoke to Larchmont Mayor Lorraine Walsh today, who reminded us that thanks to Tropical Storm Isaias, in August, a significant amount of erosion has kept Dog Beach temporarily closed.

The Village is working with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation on a plan to remediate the erosion. It is expected the beach area will remain closed into the Fall of 2020.

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