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Power struggle

Environmental groups lobby to close Salem Harbor plant, but mayor stresses the need for $4.75m in taxes, revenue

By Steven Rosenberg
Globe Staff / November 6, 2008

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Nov. 6, 2007, seemed like any other work day at the Salem Harbor Power Station. After an 8 a.m. meeting, workers dispersed - with three, Matthew Indeglia, Philip Robinson, and Mark Mansfield - scheduled to work on a 130-foot boiler. Forty-six minutes later, the three were covered with ash, steam, and 600-degree water when the boiler's pipes ruptured, burning and ... (Full article: 1181 words)

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