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FEMA To Give More Than $10 Million To State DOT For Post-Sandy Cleanup Work

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency will pay back New York State Department of Transportation for their help cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy.

Lawmakers say that FEMA is reimbursing the DOT more than $10 million for the cost of clearing roads of debris after October's hurricane.

The DOT helped clear away almost 200,000 cubic yards of debris, including trees and downed power lines.

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