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North Beach residents protest Central Subway overnight construction 

Residents of San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood gathered at the Central Subway Padoga construction site at Powell and Columbus Street Wednesday, August 6 to protest of the constant, overnight work being done to remove the tunnel-boring machines, causing major disruptions for nearby residents.
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Marla Bastein, a life-long resident of North Beach, places signs on the fence of the Central Subway Padoga construction site at Powell and Columbus Street Wednesday, August 6.
Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner
Jack Hirshman, a resident of North Beach for 42 years, reads a poem at the Central Subway Padoga construction site at Powell and Columbus Street Wednesday, August 6 during a protest against the constant, overnight work being done to remove the tunnel-boring machines.
Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner
Construction workers wrap caution tape around the Central Subway Padoga construction site at Powell and Columbus Street during a protest Wednesday, August 6 against the noise made by overnight construction.
Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner
Jack Hirshman, a resident of North Beach for 42 years, stands at the Central Subway Padoga construction site at Powell and Columbus Street Wednesday, August 6.
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