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Mazza Construction from Pawtucket is working to clear property at 56-58 Pierce St. Two abandoned homes are being demolished, leaving a large Victorian to be refurbished into housing for disabled or homeless veterans as part of Operation Stand Down.
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun)
Mazza Construction from Pawtucket is working to clear property at 56-58 Pierce St. Two abandoned homes are being demolished, leaving a large Victorian to be refurbished into housing for disabled or homeless veterans as part of Operation Stand Down.
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Mazza Construction from Pawtucket is working to clear property at 56-58 Pierce St. Two abandoned homes are being demolished, leaving a large Victorian to be refurbished into housing for disabled or homeless veterans as part of Operation Stand Down.
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Mazza Construction from Pawtucket is working to clear property at 56-58 Pierce St. Two abandoned homes are being demolished, leaving a large Victorian to be refurbished into housing for disabled or homeless veterans as part of Operation Stand Down.
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Mazza Construction from Pawtucket is working to clear property at 56-58 Pierce St. Two abandoned homes are being demolished, leaving a large Victorian to be refurbished into housing for disabled or homeless veterans as part of Operation Stand Down.
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Veteran Lewis Adams, of Westerly, a member of the Neighborhood Crime Watch in the North End area of town, talks about the Operation Stand Down project currently underway on his street. Mazza Construction from Pawtucket is working to clear property at 56-58 Pierce St. Two abandoned homes are being demolished, leaving a large Victorian to be refurbished into housing for disabled or homeless veterans. | (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Mazza Construction from Pawtucket is working to clear property at 56-58 Pierce St. Two abandoned homes are being demolished, leaving a large Victorian to be refurbished into housing for disabled or homeless veterans as part of Operation Stand Down.
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun)

Photo Gallery: Construction site on Pierce St.




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