Superstorm Sandy left a trail of floating debris in its wake, with politicians unsure of who would foot the bill for cleanup. Months later, Long Island's waterways remain full of flotsam.
A hot tub washed up along the western
A hot tub washed up along the western shore of Ray's Island on Baldwin Bay, near Freeport. (Feb. 22, 2013) (Credit: Linda Rosier)
Debris from superstorm Sandy washed up along the
Debris from superstorm Sandy washed up along the marshes of the western shore of Ray's Island on Baldwin Bay. Officials say they want debris removed before the summer tourist season. (Feb. 22, 2013) (Credit: Linda Rosier)
The frame of a grandfather clock, presumably washed
The frame of a grandfather clock, presumably washed out to sea from a home destroyed by superstorm Sandy, rests along the western shore of Ray's Island on Baldwin Bay. (Feb. 22, 2013) (Credit: Linda Rosier)

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Debris from superstorm Sandy washed up along the
Debris from superstorm Sandy washed up along the shore of Smith's Meadow Island on Baldwin Bay near Freeport. (Feb. 22, 2013) (Credit: Linda Rosier)
Debris, including a water scooter, washed up along
Debris, including a water scooter, washed up along the shore of Smith's Meadow Island on Baldwin Bay near Freeport. (Feb. 22, 2013) (Credit: Linda Rosier )