Nassau County officials announce bipartisan agreement for restoring lawns damaged by sewage during Sandy

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano says he fully

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano says he fully expects FEMA to cover the cost.

New help is on the way for East Rockaway homeowners whose neighborhood was flooded with sewage after Superstorm Sandy.

Bay Park Sewage Treatment flooded with 9 feet of water and saturated the soil and streets for miles during the storm. Homes, streets and lawns were backed up for weeks.

County officials announced a bipartisan agreement Wednesday to approve more than $14 million in capital...

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