Jones Inlet light tower, jetty to receive repairs to Superstorm Sandy damage

Many boaters say Jones Inlet has become a hazard for boaters after the storm destroyed a light tower and left the jetty in shambles.

Many boaters say Jones Inlet has become a hazard for boaters after the storm destroyed a light tower and left the jetty in shambles. (7/31/13)

WOODBURY - Jones Inlet will soon get much-needed repairs to fix damage from Superstorm Sandy.

Many boaters say Jones Inlet has become a hazard for boaters after the storm destroyed a light tower and left the jetty in shambles.

The Coast Guard and Army Corps of Engineers say repairs will begin in September, according to Newsday.

A temporary lighted buoy will be put in place tomorrow to help boaters navigate.

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