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Irene left Blenheim road on the edge, literally

Blenheim town Highway Superintendent Gerald Felter stands where Cole Hollow Road began sliding down the edge of a mountainside after Tropical Storm Irene.
Blenheim town Highway Superintendent Gerald Felter stands where Cole Hollow Road began sliding down the edge of a mountainside after Tropical Storm Irene.
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The town of Blenheim is planning to reroute Cole Hollow Road before part of the roadway plummets down a 100-foot ravine. About a dozen homes were cut off from civilization in August 2011 when the typically peaceful Cole Brook — fueled by massive tropical storm rainfall — tore the road apart just west of Route 30. That lower portion was repaired after the disaster, but officials two months later noticed a small crack in the ...


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