Port Chester businessman leads mini-relief mission to Gulf Coast region

A Port Chester businessman, who was so moved by the plight of the hurricane victims, is leading his own mini-relief mission to the Gulf Coast region.

Anthony Casterella, the owner of Cast Construction, is taking two employees along with his cousin, who is a Port Chester police officer, down to the regions most affected by Hurricane Katrina. They are bringing two trucks loaded with supplies such as bottled water, flashlights and batteries, and even a rescue boat.

Casterella says he and his employees are ready to stay in the affected region for as long as necessary to help the people there rebuild their lives.

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