HOLLAND (WKZO) -- Work is now underway by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to remove a sand dune at Holland State Park because it may cause the seawall along the channel to collapse. The dune has grown over the past 50 years by blowing sand from the beach and is 30-feet high and weighs over 24-thousand tons. While the Corps has known about the potential problem for a decade, federal funding to fix it only became available this year.
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