Island Park Library reopens after Sandy

A new chapter has begun for the Island Park Library. The library has reopened nine months after Superstorm Sandy flooded the building.

The library has reopened after Superstorm Sandy flooded the building.

The library has reopened after Superstorm Sandy flooded the building. (8/22/13)

ISLAND PARK - A new chapter has begun for the Island Park Library.

The library has reopened after Superstorm Sandy flooded the building.

The superstorm brought more than $600,000 in damages.

There were 80,000 books on the library's shelves before Sandy struck, destroying them. Now, they have 50,000 books, thanks to many contributions.

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