Two offshore buoys that went out of commission in the last year may be restored in the coming days and months, filling a gap in tidal and weather data critical to boaters, anglers, surfers and researchers. Meanwhile, two other local buoys that provide information to marine scientists are also down, highlighting the budgetary constraints they face. 

Last January, a data . . .

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