Byline: KRISTEN KRIDEL email@example.com
PORT CHARLOTTE -- Construction typically leads to torn-up roads and the constant drone of equipment, but residents along Toledo Blade Boulevard say that for the last year construction workers have been leaving beer cans in their yards, napping on their property and urinating in their yards.
"I did 20 years in the Army and never experienced anything this frustrating," said Chuck Johnson, who lives along Toledo Blade Boulevard. "It's the inconsideration for the people who live here."
The construction work that will widen Toledo Blade Boulevard to three lanes and realign the roadway from Lakeview Boulevard was originally scheduled to last six months. But it already has taken twice as long and is expected to last through April. As work runs overtime, it has spurred traditional and more personal complaints.
The ordinary problems, such as clouds of dust dirtying homes and vibrating equipment causing cracks in house …