Residents living near PS 130 in Bayside who expected a quiet summer once school was out have had a rude awakening since construction to repair the exterior of the school began in June.
Residents said they have been disturbed by work into the night nearly every day of the week and a protest over the lack of union workers on the job which brought demonstrators with an inflatable rat to the construction site.
A spokesman for the city Department of Design and Construction, the agency which is handling the work for the Board of Education, defended the workers
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