Damage assessment continues on Fire Island

The Army Corp of Engineers was back on Fire Island today to assess Sandy-related damage. It focused on debris removal and strategized a plan for

The Army Corp of Engineers will be back on Fire Island today focusing on debris removal.

The Army Corp of Engineers will be back on Fire Island today focusing on debris removal. (1/18/13)

FIRE ISLAND - The Army Corp of Engineers was back on Fire Island today to assess Sandy-related damage.

It focused on debris removal and strategized a plan for the cleanup.

The Corps says that it will begin working next week and finish by the end of March.

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