Fireworks in Shelter Cove May Cause Problems With Landslide, Warns Fire Department
On Sunday, May 8th, 2016 a large section of the bluff at Shelter Cove, called the “Cove Beach”, calved, sending a slide four feet deep, which went from the bluff base to the waterline. Fortunately, no one was caught or injured. Please be advised that the bluffs remain unstable, with smaller slides occurring south toward “Deadman’s”.
The concern is that the concussing effect of the larger explosives used in the coming holiday, as well as the vehicles using the beach, and the attending activities therein, may well de=stabilize further the current , precarious situation. Our interest is for all to enjoy a safe and uncomplicated holiday.