Nassau County Sandy victims expected to receive $880M in grants

Officials say Nassau County will get $880 in grants and Suffolk will receive $220 million.

Officials say Nassau County will get $880 in grants and Suffolk will receive $220 million. (3/14/13)

WOODBURY - Sandy victims who lost homes and businesses are expected to receive hundreds of millions of dollars in aid.

Across the Island, many damaged businesses are still waiting for money for renovations.

Officials say Nassau County will get $880 million in grants and loans for homes and business. Suffolk will receive $220 million.

According to officials, some businesses could get grants up to $50,000 and homeowners could also get assistance.         

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