The estimate price tag, $2 million. Point Pleasant officials have told the Asbury Park Press that it will take a couple of million dollars to repair the city’s boardwalk that was mangled by Hurricane Sandy. About half of the entire length of the Point Pleasant boardwalk was damaged or destroyed by the storm, and work could get underway after the first of the year to make the repairs. Leaders are hopeful the boardwalk will be repaired before next summer.
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