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Pinellas County, Florida -- Just in time for Labor Day, a $16 million beach renourishment project along Pinellas County beaches is coming to a close.

Starting in June, about 555,000 cubic yards of sand were pumped onto Treasure Island, Upham, and Pass-A-Grille beaches in Pinellas County to help prevent coastal erosion.

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After several pumping delays the first few days of the project, work ended on Tuesday.

The total price tag for the new coastline was just over $16 million.

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