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Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly Marina in Ossining, which was was started in 1959. The family rebuilt their business after Hurricane Irene in 2011 and rebuilt once again after superstorm Sandy. In April, their newly-renovated store opened on high ground on their property, which was once a Rand-McNally map-making factory. Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Yacht clubs and marinas devastated by superstorm Sandy struggle to reopen for summer season. Joe DeMarchis, manager of his family's Westerly Marina in Ossining, worked with his family to rebuild their business after Tropical Storm Irene in 2011, and rebuilt once again after superstorm Sandy. Westerly and several other marinas are in various phases of recovery. (May 4, 2013)

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly Marina in Ossining, which was was started in 1959. The family rebuilt their business after Hurricane Irene in 2011 and rebuilt once again after superstorm Sandy. In April, their newly-renovated store opened on high ground on their property, which was once a Rand-McNally map-making factory.

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly Marina in Ossining, which was was started in 1959. The family rebuilt their business after Hurricane Irene in 2011 and rebuilt once again after superstorm Sandy. In April, their newly-renovated store opened on high ground on their property, which was once a Rand-McNally map-making factory.

Michael and Patty Inserra, owners of Patsy's Bay
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Michael and Patty Inserra, owners of Patsy's Bay Marina at 9 Hudson Drive, are rebuilding their 8-acre property which was pummeled by superstorm Sandy. (May4, 2013)

Michael and Patty Inserra, owners of Patsy's Bay
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Michael and Patty Inserra, owners of Patsy's Bay Marina at 9 Hudson Drive, are rebuilding their 8-acre property which was pummeled by superstorm Sandy. (May4, 2013)

Michael and Patty Inserra, owners of Patsy's Bay
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Michael and Patty Inserra, owners of Patsy's Bay Marina at 9 Hudson Drive, are rebuilding their 8-acre property which was pummeled by superstorm Sandy. (May4, 2013)

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly Marina in Ossining, which was was started in 1959. The family rebuilt their business after Hurricane Irene in 2011 and rebuilt once again after superstorm Sandy. In April, their newly-renovated store opened on high ground on their property, which was once a Rand-McNally map-making factory.

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly Marina in Ossining, which was was started in 1959. The family rebuilt their business after Hurricane Irene in 2011 and rebuilt once again after superstorm Sandy. In April, their newly-renovated store opened on high ground on their property, which was once a Rand-McNally map-making factory.

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly Marina in Ossining, which was was started in 1959. The family rebuilt their business after Hurricane Irene in 2011 and rebuilt once again after superstorm Sandy. In April, their newly-renovated store opened on high ground on their property, which was once a Rand-McNally map-making factory.

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly
Photo Credit: Betty Ming Liu

Joe DeMarchis is manager of his family's Westerly Marina in Ossining, which was was started in 1959. The family rebuilt their business after Hurricane Irene in 2011 and rebuilt once again after superstorm Sandy. In April, their newly-renovated store opened on high ground on their property, which was once a Rand-McNally map-making factory.

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