The US Army Corps of Engineers has repaired the breach in the seawall at Taholah that occurred in March 2014. This is the second reinforcement this year since more riprap was added in January 2014. [via the Quinault Nugguam Newsletter]
However, Fawn Sharp, president of the Quinault Indian Nation, says that Taholah is still vulnerable to earthquakes, liquefaction, and tsunamis, and that the Quinault are looking to relocate the community. [via The Daily World]
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