MONTREAL – When 13 feet of water surged up over Red Hook last October, most of the semi-industrial neighbourhood in Brooklyn was plunged into the Hudson River, taking out hundreds of businesses. Warehouses, wineries, restaurants, tattoo shops, supermarkets — gone.No one expected the magnitude of Hurricane Sandy’s wrath, least of all people like Norton Records owners Billy Miller and Miriam Linna, who’d weathered last year’s Hurricane Irene with little to no damage.
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