Sandy-struck Jersey City shops share a roof

Some small shops in Jersey City that were flooded by Hurricane Sandy are all open for business under one roof.

Businesses that were flooded out during Sandy were open for business under one roof today.

Businesses that were flooded out during Sandy were open for business under one roof today. (12/16/12)

JERSEY CITY - Some small shops in Jersey City that were flooded by Hurricane Sandy are all open for business under one roof.

Bicycle shop owner Rodney Morweiser invited some nearby shop owners to set up for business in his store on Sunday. He called the idea "Take Back the Holidays."

One shop owner tells News 12 New Jersey that he is grateful for this opportunity because his business is still weeks away from reopening. He also says that today brought back some holiday cheer to the town.

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