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Marine Corps’ plans for 1,500-foot sea wall raises concern in Ewa Beach

  • Video by Craig T. Kojima / ckojima@staradvertiser.com Edited by Chelsee Yee / cyee@staradvertiser.com

    Ewa Beach residents are asking the U.S. Marine Corps to review the environmental impact of its proposed 1,500-foot steel barrier meant to protect the oceanfront Puuloa Range Training Facility from beach erosion.

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                                <strong>Brian Schatz: </strong>
                                <em>The U.S. senator has asked the Marine Corps to review the environmental impact of its plan to build a retaining wall in Ewa Beach </em>

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    Brian Schatz:

    The U.S. senator has asked the Marine Corps to review the environmental impact of its plan to build a retaining wall in Ewa Beach

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Above, signs posted near the shoreline by the Marine Corps warn people not to enter the Puuloa Range Training Facility in Ewa Beach.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Above, signs posted near the shoreline by the Marine Corps warn people not to enter the Puuloa Range Training Facility in Ewa Beach.

Some Ewa Beach residents are concerned that a Marine Corps plan to install 1,500 feet of steel barrier to protect part of the oceanfront Puuloa Range Training Facility from beach erosion could create new problems for residents on either end. Read more

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