Martha’s Vineyard Suffers $14 Million in Storm Damage
November 25, 2012
MVGazette: As the northeast continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy’s historic destruction 2 weeks ago, federal and state disaster relief officials visited the Vineyard on Thursday [November 15] to assess damages and help begin the reimbursement process for damages to town property sustained during the storm.
Initial estimates to town- and county-owned coastlines and property Island-wide swelled to over $14.2 million this week, with $13 million stemming for repairs in Oak Bluffs alone.
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