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Contact: Shawn Mulligan, Interim Superintendent, 508-957-0739
EASTHAM, Mass. – Cape Cod National Seashore Interim Superintendent Shawn P. Mulligan has announced that the Nauset Light Beach restroom building, changing room, and septic tank are scheduled to be demolished in late October and November. The project, previously noticed to the public in several meetings and news releases, is expected to take two months. Erosion in recent years has created a public safety issue requiring these national seashore actions.
The project to demolish the facilities at Nauset Light Beach has been awarded to Henry Construction to remove the bathhouse, changing room building, concrete plaza, underground electric and water utilities, and septic tank. The beach access stairs are required to be removed to allow access to the work area.
The National Park Service will also install a new path to provide visitor access from the parking lot to the beach. The parking lot will be open during the duration of the project, closing only when worksite conditions are deemed hazardous to the public.