Dredging at Santa Barbara Harbor is expected to open up a channel navigable around the clock this weekend, as the Army Corps of Engineers project removes sand that was deposited at the harbor mouth during the three day storm that blew into town on 2/17. Since then, the harbor entrance has been about seven feet deep during zero tide, restricting in-and-out boat traffic to higher tides, which only come twice a day.


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