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North Topsail Beach Shoreline Protection Committee

 

The Board of Aldermen formed a Beach Nourishment Committee made up of the entire Board of Aldermen including Mayor Tuman during their Special Meeting on December 15, 2009. The committee was officially named the North Topsail Beach Shoreline Protection Committee at the January 7, 2010 Board of Aldermen meeting. 

 

Please visit the Town's web page on Shoreline Protection to receive the latest information (click here).

 


Beach Erosion Study Team

 

The Beach Erosion Study Team fulfilled its mission and provided the Town with an extensive and well prepared report.  The Board of Aldermen disbanded the committee in May of 2009.  North Topsail Beach property owners are encouraged to visit the Beach Erosion Study Team (BEST) web site, which provides information about BEST. 

 

The contents of the former BEST web site can be found here.

 

Click here to view the BEST Committee Report to the Board of Aldermen.


Topsail Island Shoreline Protection Commission (TISPC)

 

 

About

 

The Topsail Island Shoreline Protection Commission is a collaborative effort for beach preservation activities by the five government entities that have authority for governing the island. These are the Board of Commissioners for Pender County and Onslow County and the governing boards for the Towns of North Topsail Beach, Topsail Beach, and Surf City.

Purpose

·       Educate our property owners regarding beach nourishment and the North Carolina Beach & Inlet Management Plan.

·       Support and promote funding at the Federal, State, County, and local levels for beach nourishment and storm protection of our shoreline.

·       Encourage maintenance of dunes through sound vegetation management practices on our beaches.

·       Promote the routine maintenance of area historical and federal navigation channels, including the Atlantic Intracoastal Water Way, and the placement of appropriate corresponding dredge spoils on our beaches.

·       Promote the maintenance and restoration of nesting habitat for endangered sea turtles.

 

 
Membership

 

Each town is allowed 3 representatives and each County (Pender and Onslow) gets one representative, which brings the total membership of TISPC to 11 members.

 

Please visit TISPC's NEW website for more information:  tispc.org