Unclaimed boats and kayaks will be removed next month from the beach at the former Charles Williams estate, Fair Haven officials say. (Click to enlarge)
By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
By this time next year, Fair Haven Mayor Mike Halfacre anticipates that the borough’s prized beachfront property at 78 DeNormandie Ave. will be open for public use.
First, though, a few things need to happen including the demolition of the house that’s been on the property for 150 years, for one.
A formal naming, too, although the working title is “Robards Park,” in honor of the last resident of the house, Winifred Julia Decatur Robards.
Town officials also hope to answer the abiding question of what exactly to do with the property.