For years, Old Mill beachgoers have not had access to public toilets.
Now they do:
That’s the scene today, at the site of what used to be 38 and 40 Old Mill. Those 2 houses — badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy — have been torn down.
They won’t be rebuilt. The town will make the land into a park. It’s located adjacent to the walking bridge, just before the privately owned Compo Cove.
Here are 2 more views of what 38 and 40 Old Mill look like now: