Nearly two years after Superstorm Sandy fishermen are finally going to have the opportunity to get grants from federal money that was appropriated to the state in 2013.

Commissioner Bob Martin of the Department of Environmental Protection said Tuesday that a little more than $2 million in grants is available to certain fishing-related businesses that were affected by Superstorm Sandy.

Owners of bait-and-tackle shops, commercial dealers, commercial fisherman, for-hire party and charter boat operators, marinas and those involved in shell-fishing and aquaculture may apply to the DEP for grants of up to $10,000 each to help offset some of the costs of the storm on their operations, he said.

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