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Hydrologic feasibility study for the North Marina at Camden Waterfront Park
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    Cooper's Ferry Development Association (N.J.) ; S.T. Hudson Engineers ; New Jersey, Division of Coastal Resources., Bureau of Planning and Project Review, ; ... More ▼
  • Description:
    "The following study addresses the hydrologic feasibility of a public marina which has been proposed adjacent to the park for the area north of Cooper Street to the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. The study focuses on the existing shoreline conditions, the preliminary design based on the master plan marina configuration, assessment of dredging requirements, and cost estimates for marina facilites. Furthermore, this study addresses the consistency of the planned marina with the goals of NJDEP as outlined in the Rules on coastal resources and development. This study does not address the economic feasibility with regard to current demand, operating costs, or projected revenues."--Introduction.

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  • Funding:
    Funding: New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protectioin, Division of Coastal Resources, Bureau of Coastal Planning and Project Review, with funds from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management.;
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