Long Beach Boardwalk set to fully reopen Friday nearly one year since Superstorm Sandy

Nearly one year after it was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, the famous Long Beach Boardwalk is set to fully reopen. The construction of the project

The city began reopening smaller sections of the boardwalk in July.

The city began reopening smaller sections of the boardwalk in July. (10/24/13)

LONG BEACH - Nearly one year after it was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, the famous Long Beach Boardwalk is set to fully reopen.

The construction of the project cost $44.2 million. The city began reopening smaller sections of the boardwalk in July.

There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday at 3 p.m. reopening the entire 2.2-mile boardwalk.

Long Beach officials are now trying to determine how much of the project will be paid for by FEMA.
 

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