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Crescent Beach Seawall at West Hawk is Barricaded and Closed

Posted on: May 20, 2022  |   ,

Manitoba Parks report that Crescent Beach seawall at West Hawk is barricaded and closed. Please pay attention to signage and do not cross barricades or flagging tape. The travel lane has been moved away from the wall and is narrow in spots, please travel slowly and pay attention to onsite signage. Cottages in the Crescent Beach, High Rock, McKenzie Beach, and Hunt Lake subdivisions should be aware of the potential for a re-route in this area in the event that damage to the boardwalk and seawall continues.

Cottagers are reporting  “The wall is starting to lean towards the lake and creating a gap between the wall and sidewalk”

 

From Cindy Reynolds – video shared on WCA Facebook May 20

 

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