A dangerous problem around Fire Island is set to be repaired with newly allocated Sandy relief aid. According to a recent sonar survey by the Army Corps of Engineers, Fire Island Inlet, which connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Great South Bay, now stands at less than 4 feet during low tide. The average depth is usually 14 feet. Commercial fishermen who frequently use the inlet say the problem was...

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