Bay Ridge residents plagued by 92nd Street sinkhole repairs 10 months later

The gaping hole that shut down part of

The gaping hole that shut down part of 92nd Street last June has been filled in, but the work isn't over.

BROOKLYN - Some Bay Ridge residents are still dealing with serious construction issues nearly 10 months after a massive sinkhole forced them from their homes.

The gaping hole that shut down part of 92nd Street last June has now been filled in, but neighbors say the work isn't over. They complain of loud noises, dust, bad odors, water shutoffs, and no parking.

Con Edison says it's done with its portion of the repairs, but Councilman Vincent Gentile says the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the National Grid haven't wrapped up yet. He says both agencies expect to be done by June 1.  

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