Wallops Facility Restores Shoreline After Hurricane Sandy
The Wallops Flight Facility on the Eastern Shore of Virginia is restoring the shoreline lost to Hurricane Sandy which gouged out 1.2 million cubic yards of sand.
Paul Bull, the deputy chief for facilities at Wallops Island, told WBOC that the beach keeps water away from the NASA launch site and protects $1.2 billion of state and federal assets.
The restoration is being aided by federal Sandy relief money to help NASA and its partners with the $11.4 million project.
Bull told the television station that the coastal restoration should be finished by the end of September.