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Erie Boulevard project reaches final phase

Construction laborers for Rifenburg Construction Inc. start to remove stamped concrete on the sidewalk in front of Wendy's on Erie Boulevard in Schenectady on Monday morning. The concrete has to be replaced.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Construction laborers for Rifenburg Construction Inc. start to remove stamped concrete on the sidewalk in front of Wendy's on Erie Boulevard in Schenectady on Monday morning. The concrete has to be replaced.
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If you spot jackhammers and power washers on Erie Boulevard this week, then know this: The end is near. The $14 million project to rebuild Erie Boulevard from I-890 to Union Street has been a daily headache for commuters along the Schenectady thoroughfare since the summer of 2012. But finally, the end result is here and it includes new underground utilities, fresh pavement, sidewalks, bike lanes, crosswalks, redesigned intersections, parking lanes, lamp posts, an attractive ...


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Hamelot
August 26, 2014
6:48 a.m.

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Don't forget to buy a lawnmower for the median.

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