Workers with the City of Beaufort Public Works  Department lay plywood over a hole next to the pavilion at Henry C.  Chambers Waterfront Park on Tuesday afternoon in Beaufort.  The hole is  the result of an old storm drain that began to collapse a few weeks ago,  and the plywood is to cover the hole temporarily since it cannot be  properly filled before the events scheduled at the park this weekend.
Workers with the City of Beaufort Public Works Department lay plywood over a hole next to the pavilion at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park on Tuesday afternoon in Beaufort. The hole is the result of an old storm drain that began to collapse a few weeks ago, and the plywood is to cover the hole temporarily since it cannot be properly filled before the events scheduled at the park this weekend. Staff photo
Workers with the City of Beaufort Public Works Department lay plywood over a hole next to the pavilion at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park on Tuesday afternoon in Beaufort. The hole is the result of an old storm drain that began to collapse a few weeks ago, and the plywood is to cover the hole temporarily since it cannot be properly filled before the events scheduled at the park this weekend. Staff photo

Workers cover sinkhole in Beaufort waterfront park

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