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The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is safe and secure in its new home this hurricane season, officials say, but workers are protecting the site against possible strong gusts this weekend.
``The lighthouse itself is totally ready. Nothing can happen to the lighthouse,'' said Timothy Crimmins, quality control officer for International Chimney Corp., which oversaw the beacon's move inland earlier this summer.
``But we just don't want anything blowing around. So we're making sure there's no wood debris laying around, and we're taking care of the oak shoring posts'' that supported the tower during its half-mile journey inland, he said.
National Park Service …