Small businesses with Sandy damage given free inspections

Small businesses on Long Island trying to recover form Hurricane Sandy will now be offered free safety and health inspections from the state. Officials say

Officials say the service will save small businesses money.

Officials say the service will save small businesses money. (2/1/13)

WOODBURY - Small businesses on Long Island trying to recover form Hurricane Sandy will now be offered free safety and health inspections from the state.

Officials say the service will save small businesses up to $4,300. 

Businesses can schedule a free inspection by calling 1-888-469-7365. 

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