Scenes from Bordentown City Beach after Tropical Storm Ida

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PHOTOS BY SUSAN KWIETNIESKI-ULMER

Scenes from Bordentown City after Tropical Storm Ida ravaged the area on Sept. 1.

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According to a post by Mayor Jennifer Sciortino, the Bordentown City Beach sustained significant damage. As a result, the boat dock is temporarily removed and closed until further notice.

There will be no launching or retrieving of any vessels from the city boat ramp.

The police department will post Nixle alerts with notifications, including when the area has been cleared and is deemed safe.

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