The boardwalks in Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach did not sustain any damage from Sandy, nor did the oceanfront boardwalk in Ocean City, Md.
But three smaller, city-owned boardwalks on the bay side of Ocean City sustained about $500,000 in damage. Officials say the city plans to pay for those repairs with funds made available because a previously planned, $6 million project to redo the main oceanfront boardwalk came in under budget.
Meanwhile, the franchise holder responsible for repairing Ocean City's storm-damaged fishing pier has told officials that the pier will be ready by the summer 2013 tourist season.
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