VIDEO: Senator Boyle Tours Superstorm Sandy Damage (USA)

NY State Senator Phil Boyle toured Superstorm Sandy damaged areas in the 4th Senate District.

He used this occasion to speak with those in charge of crews and contractors who are fiercely working to get the Long Island Beaches back in shape with dredging, sand remediation, debris removal and beach plantings in time for the summer season.

Senator Boyle welcomed Long Island Cares, Inc. at a Lindenhurst ribbon cutting and also spoke with a Lindenhurst homeowner about the progress of rebuilding his home after Hurricane Sandy hit Long Island on October 29, 2012.

Dredging Today Staff, September 13, 2013

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