FILE - In this file photo of Dec. 4, 2012, photo, proprietor Adam Weprin, of the Bridge Cafe, in New York's South Street Seaport, poses for a photo at the restaurant's bar after his establishment was shuttered by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly four months after Superstomr Sandy hit, the historic cobblestone streets near the water's edge in lower Manhattan are eerily deserted, and among local business owners, there is a pervasive sense that their plight has been ignored by the rest of Manhattan. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

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FILE - In this file photo of Dec. 4, 2012, photo, proprietor Adam Weprin, of the Bridge Cafe, in New York's South Street Seaport, poses for a photo at the restaurant's bar after his establishment was shuttered by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly four months after Superstomr Sandy hit, the historic cobblestone streets near the water's edge in lower Manhattan are eerily deserted, and among local business owners, there is a pervasive sense that their plight has been ignored by the rest of Manhattan.  (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)
FILE - In this file photo of Dec. 4, 2012, photo, proprietor Adam Weprin, of the Bridge Cafe, in New York's South Street Seaport, poses for a photo at the restaurant's bar after his establishment was shuttered by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly four months after Superstomr Sandy hit, the historic cobblestone streets near the water's edge in lower Manhattan are eerily deserted, and among local business owners, there is a pervasive sense that their plight has been ignored by the rest of Manhattan. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)
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