Wharf closure in midcoast group highlights shrinking entry to working waterfront

The closure of a working wharf within the midcoast on Might 30 is the newest hurdle for fishermen as entry to business house alongside Maine’s shoreline continues to shrink.

The wharf in Tenants Harbor, operated by Bean Maine Lobster, was broken through the December storm that battered some coastal communities in Maine. Engineers decided a month in the past that the harm, mixed with common put on and tear over time, meant the wharf wanted to be shut down for repairs, stated Mike Smith, who managed the power.

It’s unclear when the wharf will reopen.