Allegra Boverman/Gloucester Daily Times. Parts of the Birdseye Building were damaged on Monday evening by Hurricane Sandy. Workers were on the scene in the Fort neighborhood to repair it but the utility company had not yet come by to turn off power so they could do the repairs. Sefatia Romeo Theken, a city councilwoman, went to take a look at the damage and to see how the two homes without power were doing from the storm. Some of the damage to the building is at the top where the siding separated from the main building where it faces the waterfront.
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