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An aerial photo of Sandy Creek between Sandy Harbor and Sunrise Beach Village show how much sand has taken over the riverbed. Residents cut channels on the edges of the riverbed so they can get their boats and other watercraft to deeper water. At one time, the water in this area was about 15 feet deep, Sandy Harbor residents say, and people would waterski and sail boats on it. Courtesy photo

Sandy Harbor sand pile a mountainous problem

EDITOR DANIEL CLIFTON Sandy Harbor residents Soc Gonzalez and Keith Woody stood on the historic bank and looked out at Sandy Creek. The problem was a pile of sand was all there was to look at. (more…)

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Lower Colorado River Authority and Pedernales Electric Cooperative officials present a $23,764 grant to the Sandy Harbor Volunteer Fire Department for much-needed firefighting equipment. The grant is part of the LCRA’s Community Development Partnership Program. At the presentation were PEC representative Karen Marshall (front, left), VFD vice president Linda Yarbrough, VFD secretary Stephanie Langseth, VFD treasurer Susan Gonzalez and VFD member; and LCRA board member Ray Gill, VFD training coordinator Franklin Yarbrough and VFD fleet and facility manager Leon Melde. Courtesy photo

Sandy Harbor VFD to get much-needed equipment with LCRA, PEC grant

SPECIAL TO DAILYTRIB.COM SANDY HARBOR — The Sandy Harbor Volunteer Fire Department will be able to purchase much-needed firefighting equipment thanks to a $23,764 community development grant from the Lower Colorado River Authority and the Pedernales Electric Cooperative. (more…)

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