Swampscott set to repair battered sea walls

People walk along the sea wall at King’s Beach in Swampscott, past a section that was damaged in the March storms of 2018. (Spenser R. Hasak)
SWAMPSCOTT — For the first phase of sea wall repairs, Swampscott could be spending $200,000. Decades of storms and high tides have added to the structural damage of sea walls throughout the town, but the most significant damage was caused during the two nor’easters in 2018, according to Town Administrator Sean Fitzgerald. The estimated costs…

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