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  1. arnie
    July 15, 2011

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  2. Mary
    July 17, 2011

    The dust and smell went way beyond canal street but there is no way the health of everyone in the lower half of manhattanu00a0can beu00a0monitored the cost would be too much.u00a0So I would say canal street is the best .I live inu00a0 the village we smelled the burning metal this far up for 2 months our south facing windows had white dust on them for weeks after. We threwu00a0u00a0our window a/c unit out after .we hadu00a0 ran most of the time in order to be able to keep our south facing windows closed.the inside of it was full of that white dust .

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