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    Danny, center, and Greg Chapman, left, speak with Gardiner Public Works Director Tony LaPlante at their shop Feb. 6 in downtown Gardiner. The brothers sell heating oil, chainsaws and operate a garage out of their building at the intersection of Bridge and Water Streets. Construction work to repair Bridge Street in the spring of 2019 will be relocating the business, which has been a popular gathering spot, after 50 years.

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    Danny Chapman fires up a chainsaw outside his family's shop Feb. 6 in downtown Gardiner. The Chapman brothers sell heating oil, chainsaws and operate a garage out of their building at the intersection of Bridge and Water streets. Construction work to repair Bridge Street in the spring of 2019 will be relocating the business, which has been a popular gathering spot, after 50 years.

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    Greg Chapman examines a fuel line of a pickup in the bay of his family's shop Feb. 6 in downtown Gardiner. The Chapman brothers sell heating oil, chainsaws and operate a garage out of their building at the intersection of Bridge and Water streets. Construction work to repair Bridge Street in the spring of 2019 will be relocating the business, which has been a popular gathering spot, after 50 years.

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    Angie Anderson laughs at her partner, Danny Chapman, in the shop the family operates Feb. 6 in downtown Gardiner. Anderson manages the heating oil business from the building, where chainsaws are sold and a garage is operated on Bridge Street. Construction work to repair Bridge Street in the spring of 2019 will be relocating the business, which has been a popular gathering spot, after 50 years.

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    Danny Chapman washes the fuel trucks he and his brother, Greg, utilize to deliver heating oil at their downtown Gardiner shop on Feb. 6. Chapmans has been selling chainsaws, repairing cars and delivering heating oil for more than 50 years from the building, but it will be demolished to make way for construction on Bridge Street.

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