NJ to hire unemployed to fix Sandy damage in parks
JERSEY CITY, N.J. - March 18, 2013 -- New Jersey plans to hire the unemployed to help repair damage to state parks caused by Superstorm Sandy.
Labor Commissioner Hal Wirths will announce details of the program during a news conference at Liberty State Park in Jersey City Monday.
Officials plan to use a federal grant to hire those out of work. They'll be assigned to clean up and restore Liberty State Park and other parks throughout the state.
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