Galveston recently finished a project to shore up some of its beaches.
The city completed a $19.5 million effort to replenish and expand its seawall beaches from 12th to 61st streets, according to Houston Public Media. The project also added new facilities such as toilets and showers.
The project added about 1 million cubic yards of new sand — that’s roughly equivalent to more than 200 million milk jugs.
The project to improve the beach, Galveston’s biggest tourism asset, is expected to prevent…
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