Having been down to the promenade after the storm as many have, I have some thoughts I wish to share. My opinion is that the logs that have been blown onto the beach are very aesthetically enhancing and should be left as-is.
They’re a reminder of the historic storm and what nature has done. And logs are always enjoyable to sit or play on anyway. This will avoid the mammoth expense of removing them.
As well, I wonder if any of those logs are creosote-treated, thus seaworthy and could be readily used in the pier repair?
Perhaps another cost saver?
Of course, the promenade itself needs to be repaired and cleaned up ASAP.
Paul A. Dukes, White Rock