by: Kristy Wolski Updated:
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. - St. Johns County Parks and Recreation officials are continuing to survey the beaches for erosion from when Hurricane Cristobal was off the coast.
Near the St. Augustine Beach Pier, the erosion drop-off is pretty significant.
County officials tell Action News it is not unusual to see that type of erosion in that area, but they said it is a little worse than normal this week.
Locals Ronnie and Terry Cline were visiting the beach near the pier Friday.
“I don’t think there’s much you can do against Mother Nature,” Ronnie Cline said.
The Clines own a home on Anastasia Island and are keeping an eye on erosion in the county.
“Just wondering what it’s going to be like in the future,” said Terry Cline. “Are we still going to have a beach?”
A county representative said no erosion reports were received from local homeowners this week.
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