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  • Fire Island cleanup begins 24-hour operations

    YAPHANK, N.Y. – Removal of Hurricane Sandy debris on Fire Island began March 2 and is scheduled to be complete by the end of March. In an effort to meet the March 31 completion goal, the debris removal contractors will begin work around the clock March 15. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is overseeing the debris removal project as part of the federal government's Sandy recovery efforts.
  • Fire Island debris management fact sheet

    Fact sheet on the Hurricane Sandy debris removal, reduction and disposal support mission to the Government of Suffolk County, New York, on Fire Island
  • Corps awards Fire Island debris removal contract

    The Corps awarded a Hurricane Sandy debris removal contract worth $8.8 million to DS3 Enterprises Inc. of Central Islip, N.Y. DS3 Enterprises Inc. will be tasked to remove debris from right-of-way and from eligible private property, transport it off the island, and dispose of it in a safe and environmentally sound manner. An estimated 2,200 homes sustained some form of damage from Hurricane Sandy, which impacted the area in October.
  • New York District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers begins post-storm missions in region following Hurricane Sandy, supports FEMA, local and state authorities

    NEW YORK – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, is carrying out missions to support recovery efforts in the New York City region following Hurricane Sandy, including in New York City, parts of northern New Jersey and Long Island.