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2014 Hudson River dredging has tricky area

Barges to be used for hard-to-reach stretch near Fort Miller

Dredging work to remove PCBs from the upper Hudson River is pictured early in 2010.
Dredging work to remove PCBs from the upper Hudson River is pictured early in 2010.
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This year’s PCB dredging in the Hudson River will include a difficult-to-reach stretch of the waterway that requires a special solution, General Electric officials said. Most work during 2014 will take place in the 14 miles from Schuylerville to Stillwater, but will also include dredging between two dams north of Schuylerville that make the river difficult to access. Around-the-clock work on what will be the fifth season of dredging operations will begin in May, weather ...


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