Hilton Head Island’s $20.7 million renourishment project resumed Sunday near Singleton Beach.
The pumping of sand onto the beach was halted as a dredge, pipeline and equipment were moved to the Singleton Beach area in recent days, according to a town release.
About 600,000 cubic yards of sand are still needed to complete about 10,000 feet of shoreline for the project, the release said.
Delays from Hurricane Matthew and Tropical Storm Hermine have pushed the project’s end date to December. The project originally was supposed to be completed in early October.
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