Ventura to clear sand from Pierpont Beach

by Gary and Lisa Schoeffler on January 18, 2012

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They won after years of legal wrangling. The city announced Thursday that on March 1, it will begin removing what it estimates to be 30,000 cubic yards of sand.

“I’m happy that we’re moving forward,” a muted Icardo said, declining to comment further for fear the cleanup will hit yet another roadblock.

Under terms of the settlement reached in December, the city will pay the entire costs to remove the sand from Greenock Lane to San Pedro Street. The project is expected to cost nearly $1 million and must be completed by May 30, Public Works Director Rick Raives said.

After the initial cleanup, the city will continue to cover the costs of keeping the 27 lane ends accessible for beach visitors. During those twice-a-year checkups, residents can opt to clean up their properties too by splitting the costs with the city.

Lisa Schoeffler, CRS, ASP
Prudential California Realty
A member of HomeServices of America, Inc.
a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate

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