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The transformer was first installed two years ago in July, near 138th Street and 15th Avenue, to provide electricity for the College Point megastores. Since it was built on the College Point Industrial Park, a site regulated by the city Economic Development Corporation, the transformer was required to be at least 60 feet from nearby homes.

But Glenn Goldstein, a representative of Whitestone Development Partners, the developers of the Target and BJ

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