Long Beach Ice Arena reopens after Sandy damage

The Long Beach Ice Arena has reopened to the public after sustaining massive floodwater damage during Superstorm Sandy. The 40-year-old building underwent more than $300,000

More than $300,000 worth of renovations went into the 40-year-old building.

More than $300,000 worth of renovations went into the 40-year-old building. (5/19/13)

LONG BEACH - The Long Beach Ice Arena has reopened to the public after sustaining massive floodwater damage during Superstorm Sandy.

The 40-year-old building underwent more than $300,000 in renovations,including a new refrigeration system, new ice and flooring, a new ice resurfacing machine and electrical repairs.

Part of the renovation was funded for by the New York Rangers and Chase Bank.

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