Million dollar cleanup project begins at Stamford beaches

Officials say there was debris and three feet of sand covering the beach parking lots. Residents and city officials are hopeful the beaches will be

Stamford officials are hoping FEMA will cover about 75 percent if not more of the clean up costs.

Stamford officials are hoping FEMA will cover about 75 percent if not more of the clean up costs. (1/9/13)

STAMFORD - Stamford city officials say an estimated $1 million post-Sandy cleanup project is under way at the city's beaches.

Officials say there was debris and 3 feet of sand covering the beaches' parking lots. Residents and city officials are hopeful the beaches will be on open on time by May 1.

Stamford officials are hoping FEMA will cover about 75 percent if not more of the cleanup costs.

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