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Market Street Inn Still Recovering From Sandy

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SALISBURY, Md. -- Market Street Inn in Salisbury is picking up the pieces, one week after Sandy left them under water.  Owners tell us that last week they had between one and three feet of water throughout the entire building, causing structural damage.

Monday, the pub side remains open serving a limited menu, however they are still replacing all of the walls, equipment, and anything that sat in water. We are told that the Health Department has cleared their kitchen for service, but they are still suffering extensive losses.

"I feel like I'm telling everybody it feels like going back to 2001 when I purchased the business so everything 11 years of work is washed out and starting over from day 1," owner Rob Mulford tells us.

They hope to be fully up and running by Thanksgiving, saying that if they miss this time of year, it could mean the end of business.

"If we miss the holiday season we mine as well lock the door and walk away," Mulford says.

They plan to create the inside like a boat, so water has a way of getting out of the building on it's own. They are also holding off on floor repairs until they know what Wednesday's storm has in store.

 

 

 

 

 

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