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April 26, 2013

Officials alert residents to blasting for east-end span

Hundreds of blasts will take place to level roadways

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UTICA —

According to documents provided during the presentation held at the John Nobel Woods Utica Community Center, about 150 structures fall within 500 feet of a blast site.

“There is no hazard to the public in this. We just want to make sure if a crack in a plaster wall happens, or if [there’s] a crack in somebody’s window, that we know about that and it is taken care of,” Heustis said. “This is not a hazard to be concerned about to leave your home during the blasting.”

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