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Hatteras Inlet still clogged, dredging efforts hampered by tides

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Hatteras Inlet remains clogged.

The charter fishing fleet cannot get to the ocean bar.

At the Dare County Waterways Commission, the report from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers about dredging in the South Ferry Channel left silence.

“I’m stunned,” said commission member Ernie Foster.

“I’m speechless right now,” said Steve Coulter, chairman of the commission.

“We have to do something,” said Dan Oden, commission member. “We’ve just got to find a way.”

Joen Petersen, representing the Corps of Engineers, reported that in four

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