FEMA, Army Corps of Engineers to help Fire Island

They will team up to clear out debris

They will team up to clear out debris left behind by Sandy.

FIRE ISLAND - Fire Island is getting more help from the federal government.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Army Corps of Engineers will team up to clear out all the debris left behind by Sandy, starting next month.

It's not yet clear how much that will cost or what Fire Island will look like by summer.

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