SIDE STREETS: New roof brings peace of mind for fire danger

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A crew of six worked all weekend to strip cedar wood shake shingles from the roof of Gazette Side Streets columnist Bill Vogrin. The rotting, cracked shingles, seen in this Aug. 24, 2013, photo, were replaced by fire retardant, impact resistant, rubberized asphalt shingles made to resemble wood shake..
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