Today’s letters: Loneliness, and fighting shoreline erosion
Ottawa Citizen

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By Denise Foster, Ottawa Citizen Letter to the Editor, September 1, 2017

Boaters are damaging shorelines

I live in the narrows, and can tell you, with certainty, the two biggest problems for shoreline erosion are:The new sport of surfing: These boats are built to produce the largest wake possible; their wake is sometimes three feet over the shoreline, every single day back and forth through the narrows.

The extra-large cruisers, driving full throttle through our narrows, again three foot waves over our shoreline. It happens every day, and these two problems are causing the destruction of our shoreline.

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