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Workers Reunite At Opening Ceremony Of Long Beach Boardwalk

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Long Beach, N.Y., Oct. 25, 2013--A few days before the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, local officials cut the ribbon to open the completed boardwalk to the public. Seventy-five percent of the cost to rebuild the boardwalk was funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Public Assistance program and New York State will cover the remaining cost. Some of the workers who built the boardwalk were on hand for the ceremony. From left to right, Matt Laub , Ned Quane, Byron Holland, and Mike O’Connor. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA
Long Beach, N.Y., October 25, 2013 -- A few days before the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, local officials cut the ribbon to open the completed boardwalk to the public. Seventy-five percent of the cost to rebuild the boardwalk was funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Public Assistance program and New York State will cover the remaining cost. Some of the workers who built the boardwalk were on hand for the ceremony. From left to right, Matt Laub , Ned Quane, Byron Holland, and Mike O’Connor. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA
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