Hawaiian boat harbor given FEMA grant

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A boat harbor in Oahu, Hawaii, damaged by the tsunami spawned by the March 11, 2011 earthquake in Japan will be getting more than $1.4 million for repairs.

Hawaii's congressional delegation in Washington said this week that the money for Keehi Small Boat Harbor comes from a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to a report in the Honolulu Star Advertiser.

About 200 boats were damaged at the harbor after waves shook loose docks with the vessels attached.

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