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Long Island businesses reopen & rebuild after Sandy

Sandy-damaged businesses across Long Island are waging a

Sandy-damaged businesses across Long Island are waging a major battle to get back up and running for the summer season. Photo Credit: News 12 Long Island

Sandy-damaged businesses across Long Island are waging a major battle to get back up and running for the summer season.

Sandy-damaged businesses across Long Island are waging a
Photo Credit: News 12 Long Island

Sandy-damaged businesses across Long Island are waging a major battle to get back up and running for the summer season.

Maguire's in Ocean Beach on Fire Island is
Photo Credit: News 12 Long Island

Maguire's in Ocean Beach on Fire Island is ready to welcome the summer crowds again.

Peter's Clam Bar in Island Park is back
Photo Credit: News 12 Long Island

Peter's Clam Bar in Island Park is back in business following Superstorm Sandy.

Otto's on the Nautical Mile in Freeport has
Photo Credit: News 12 Long Island

Otto's on the Nautical Mile in Freeport has reopened following Sandy.

Businesses in Ocean Beach are up and running
Photo Credit: News 12 Long Island

Businesses in Ocean Beach are up and running again following Superstorm Sandy.

Roberta Smith, who owns A Summer Place boutique,
Photo Credit: News 12 Long Island

Roberta Smith, who owns A Summer Place boutique, says she suffered $35,000 in damage and spent months rebuilding.

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