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News 12 has learned that additional recovery funds will soon be made available.

News 12 has learned that additional recovery funds will soon be made available. (5/3/13)

STAMFORD - Federal, state and local officials took to the streets of southwestern Connecticut on Friday to tour damage left from Hurricane Sandy.

At Cummings Park in Stamford, erosion still plagues the beach. And in Bridgeport, many waterfront communities appear unoccupied and marred by overgrown vegetation.

Among other promises made to rebuilding residents, officials said that additional aid is on its way.
 

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