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Sandy Zeroed in on Chamberlain Street

by Carmen Chiango
November 3, 2012

Photos submitted by Chaimberlain Street resident Carmen Chiango of the damage at the lower end of Chamberlain Street. (The Mayor was not allowed past the road block.)


 

 

Our thanks to the crew from Kansas City, Kansas, that did the repair work.

 

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