The Beach is Gone! Midtown Beach Erosion in Palm Beach [Video]

Beaches & Intracoastal  |  October 20, 2017

Between Hurricane Irma and King Tides this week there isn’t much beach left on the south end of Midtown Beach.

In fact, waves hitting the seawall are spraying over cars on South Ocean Blvd. And yesterday evening, a fisherman was casting from up on the sidewalk to the water down below near the south stairway.

Stay tuned to the Civic Association for an in-depth report on the conditions of our beaches after the storm season.

 Midtown Beach Erosion [1 min.]

MidtownBeachErosion10-20-2017 from Palm Beach Civic Association on Vimeo.

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