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DNREC Asking for Public Input With Bayshore Initiative

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DOVER, Del.- Communities along the Delaware Bay have had a rough time recently with Hurricane Sandy, but the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control wants to improve the area and they are asking the public's help.

A new online survey is calling for public input on how to improve the bayshore that stretches from Sussex to New Castle Counties.

Currently, visitors can fish along the bay and do other light recreational activities. But DNREC wants to know what more they can do for people.

Help DNREC decide how to improve the bay by logging on to: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1063396/Delaware-Bayshore-Initiative

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