Roberto Clemente State Park to get infrastructure upgrade after Superstorm Sandy

The state will use up to $46.5 million

The state will use up to $46.5 million to improve the 25-acre park. (June 6, 2014 6:45 PM)

A state park is getting an upgrade to its infrastructure, including work on a failing seawall that was damaged during Superstorm Sandy.

Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and state Parks Commissioner Rose Harvey toured Roberto Clemente State Park on Friday after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the plan to replace the seawall.

The state will use up to $46.5 million to improve the 25-acre park....

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