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Nov 2, 2012 2:51 PMPublication: The East Hampton Press

Montauk Businesses Weather The Storm

Nov 6, 2012 6:54 PM

Over on the ocean side of Montauk, Lauren Katz and Andrea Mavro, the owners of the Naturally Good health food store on South Etna Street, reported that their electricity had finally come back on Saturday, revving up freezers and refrigerators and making it possible to start ordering deliveries again.

Ms. Katz estimated that $5,000 to $6,000 worth of goods had been spoiled in addition to about a week’s worth of lost business while the store was dark and the staff locked out of the cash registers. Insurance won’t pay for most of the loss, she said—“We just had coverage for food spoilage”—but she added that it’s “really not a big deal.”

“We have families in Queens and the Rockaways and New Jersey,” Ms. Katz said.

“Compared to what’s been happening,” she’d said at the store last Thursday, the problems there were “nothing.”

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