From Stone Quarry To Sandy Beach

Have you ever wondered what happens to a stone quarry when it reaches the end of its productive mining life? In most cases, fill is added and the land redeveloped for another use. But every once in a while, the continual scraping along the mine’s bottom eventually wears; a puncture is made to the water table below, and a lake is created. To local fishermen, this is a gift from the heavens. For a local government, however, a new problem …


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