Storm Damage Repairs Completed at Cape Cod National Seashore

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Date: May 23, 2014
Contact: George Price, Superintendnet, 508-771-2144

Superintendent George Price announced the storm damage suffered by public facilities this past winter has been repaired. Those facilities are now open to the public.In Eastham, the Nauset Light Beach staircase was repaired by the CMGC Building Corporation, who worked with the subcontractor Stephen Creswell Construction.In Provincetown, the Herring Cove North parking lot repair was completed by the Tantara Corporation, working with the subcontractor Lawrence Lynch Corporation.

Price said he was thrilled that both projects were completed in time for the Memorial Day Weekend."Both facilities are very popular and they are now repaired, open, and safe for public access," said Superintendent Price.

Did You Know?

Highland Light

The original Highland Light was built in 1797, becoming the first lighthouse on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. It had 24 whale oil lamps set in 2 circles, one on top of the other with the reflector behind.

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