Elmsford businesses pick up the pieces as floodwaters recede

Floodwaters are beginning to recede in Elmsford today as business owners continue to clean up from the latest storm.

Many businesses along Route 9A were flooded for the third time in less than two weeks. Now, construction crews have been called in to repair the damage.

Ryan Gleason, of Gleason Plumbing and Heating, says his business has been busy replacing hot water heaters, boilers and sump pumps damaged by floodwaters.

Residents say they're frustrated with all of the rain and subsequent flooding, road closures and damage to their property.

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