Mamaroneck cleans up, dries out

Entire roads and businesses are still flooded, and 100 people are still in a shelter at Mamaroneck High School, as residents and business owners begin the daunting task of cleaning up after Hurricane Irene.

Mamaroneck Avenue is completely flooded and Vinny Caldarola, the owner of the Westchester Italian Bakery, says he has $20,000 worth of damage after over 12 feet of water flooded the deli's basement. He says he's thankful he has flood insurance.

Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino (R-Westchester) visited those still in shelters, saying he wanted to make sure all the residents seeking shelter were being taken care of.

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