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Superstorm Sandy settles long-standing argument over building a dune

MANTOLOKING, N.J. -- There's no light or heat on this strip of island shaped like a spaghetti strand six weeks after Superstorm Sandy sliced it into a string of shortened noodles with a burst of seawater that residents say hit their town (population 296) like a small tidal wave. But other progress is happening fast, like changing people's minds about the need for a big sand wall to protect them from the ocean.


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