Long Beach receives money to rebuild from Sandy

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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