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Dredging upsets neighbors

High water on Wednesday temporarily limited dredging operations in the Hudson River, including this location just west of Rogers Island in Fort Edward.
Photographer: Bruce Squiers
High water on Wednesday temporarily limited dredging operations in the Hudson River, including this location just west of Rogers Island in Fort Edward.
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There’s a loud, distracting rumbling in Julie Wilson’s backyard now. The noise is from the new PCB processing plant that started up May 15 and will run around the clock six days a week, with Sundays off, for five months as work begins in earnest on a massive GE project to remove PCBs from the bottom of the Hudson River here. “It just makes it so unpleasant for customers and friends,” Wilson said. For more ...


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albertr
May 25, 2009
10:28 a.m.

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GET ON WITH IT ! So we can get it done.

ARF
Argyle, N.Y.

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