Workers prepare oil and containment boom lines on Tuesday for placing around the creosote pilings that will be removed when construction of the new entrance to Point Hudson Marina begins on Thursday. The booms will contain and extract any oil residue that might leak from the pilings. A groundbreaking ceremony is set today. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Workers prepare oil and containment boom lines on Tuesday for placing around the creosote pilings that will be removed when construction of the new entrance to Point Hudson Marina begins on Thursday. The booms will contain and extract any oil residue that might leak from the pilings. A groundbreaking ceremony is set today. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Preparing for work

Workers prepare oil and containment boom lines on Tuesday for placing around the creosote pilings that will be removed when construction of the new entrance to Point Hudson Marina begins on Thursday.

The booms will contain and extract any oil residue that might leak from the pilings. A groundbreaking ceremony is set today.

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