Parts of the Birdseye Building were damaged Monday evening by post tropical cyclone Sandy. Workers were on the scene in the Fort neighborhood to repair. Sefatia Romeo Theken, city councilwoman, right, went to take a look at the damage and to see how the two homes without power from the storm were doing. At left is Larry Doyle of Gloucester, a pile driver.
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