Prime Hook to get $$ for Sandy damage
By Amy Cherry

Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge will get federal funding to help repair the damage left by Superstorm Sandy.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says it will use part of $69million to build a low dune in the first phase of a major restoration project.

The federal agency says it will invest supplemental funding to begin what will be one of the largest coastal marsh restoration projects on the Atlantic seaboard.

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