At risk is the safety of all who have right-of-way access to this public beach, especially children who play there. Jagged concrete remains upturned and exposed with gaping holes. The stairs often do not meet the beach, depending on the last tide wave action. People often have to jump or find alternate access to the beach, of which there is none that offers safe access.
Most storms result in flooding of Morgan Ave. that seeps from the broken and inadequate seawall structure. Evidence of this is the street in front of the steps that are full of holes and cracks.
We hope it does not take an injury and lawsuit to get resolution to this dangerous structure.
As well, this is a blight issue, but first and foremost a safety issue that needs to be addressed in order to protect public safety.