Greenwich park reopens after Sandy

A Greenwich park is finally open again after Sandy.

Greenwich Point Park had been closed since the

Greenwich Point Park had been closed since the storm. (Credit: News 12)

GREENWICH - A Greenwich park is finally open again after Sandy.

Greenwich Point reopened yesterday to the public for the first time since the storm.
 
Many trees came down in the park blocking paths and causing damage.
 

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