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Robert Cahill, a worker with Youngblood Handyman, carries a section of the bleachers at Caledonia Park to a recycling bin Wednesday. - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Robert Cahill, a worker with Youngblood Handyman, carries a section of the bleachers at Caledonia Park to a recycling bin Wednesday.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Robert Cahill, a worker with Youngblood Handyman, carries a section of the bleachers at Caledonia Park to a recycling bin Wednesday.

A demolition crew is dismantling the park’s bleachers and weather shell piece by piece. The structure will be replaced with movable aluminum bleachers.

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