FEMA announces grant money for Nassau, Long Beach

Sandy lived up to her name in Long

Sandy lived up to her name in Long Beach, dumping tons of sand all over the city's streets. (December 16, 2012 7:35 PM)

Officials announced today that parts of Long Island are getting a helping hand from the federal government to pick up the pieces in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. Seven weeks after the powerful storm hit, FEMA is stepping in with some much-needed grant money. Nearly $16 million will be allocated to Nassau County and more than $24 million will go to the City of Long Beach. It's welcome news for those...

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