More than $475 million in aid for northeastern states that suffered heavy damage from last fall's Superstorm Sandy will be released by the Interior Department to "help repair and rebuild facilities, reopen roads, and restore services in order to get our parks, refuges, beaches, and public lands fully operational and open to the public this summer," said Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. Repair and reconstruction of 234 projects will benefit from the aid.

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