Southwestern Connecticut communities to receive millions in federal aid for Superstorm Sandy damage

At Gulf Beach, more than $500,000 in federal

At Gulf Beach, more than $500,000 in federal dollars will build a new breakwater to keep it from washing away. (July 2, 2014 7:02 PM)

Millions of federal dollars are headed toward southwestern Connecticut communities who suffered damage from Superstorm Sandy.

Gov. Dannel Malloy said Tuesday that $31 million is being allocated for housing, public facilities and infrastructure along the Connecticut coastline.

At Gulf Beach, more than $500,000 in federal dollars will build a new breakwater to keep it from washing away....

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