Long Beach receives money to rebuild from Sandy

Officials in Long Beach say they have received money from the federal government to continue to rebuild from Sandy. Nassau County received $500,000 in federal

Nassau County gave the money to the town to rebuild the boardwalk.

Nassau County gave the money to the town to rebuild the boardwalk. (3/28/13)

LONG BEACH - Officials in Long Beach say they have received money from the federal government to continue to rebuild from Sandy.

Nassau County received $500,000 in federal grant money before the hurricane to help low-income neighbors.

Nassau officials say that money will be best spent rebuilding parks and the iconic Long Beach boardwalk.
 

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