Shoaling in Hatteras Inlet is visible in this view from a helicopter ride last June.

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The monthly meeting in April with Ferry Division officials will be at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11, in the Ocracoke Community Center and will focus on the work the Army Corps of Engineers is doing on the short ferry route between Hatteras and Ocracoke.

The meeting time changed to begin a half-hour later.

These monthly meetings are typically held the second Monday of every month, but April’s meeting is a day later so that Roger Bullock, the deputy chief of operations for the Army Corps’ Wilmington District, can attend.

Jed Dixon, interim N.C. Ferry Division director, also will attend.

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  1. In the long run there must be an approach other than simply repetitive/continuous dredging. Surely there are littoral hydrodynamics experts who can suggest some useful ideas.

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