NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Small businesses on Staten Island now have a second location to seek superstorm Sandy-related help and address their storm-related issues.
At the peak of the flooding, Diana Petrone had nine feet of water in her store. Not Just Bagels was completely destroyed but reopened five months ago.
Petrone said she’s still looking for answers.
“With the grants that are attached to the loans: can we just repay back the loans right away and keep the grants? And those are the questions that to me, as a small business owner and I’m sure to other small business owners, are key right now,” she told WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell.