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UPDATE: Flood victims want answers (with photo gallery)

Lawyers raise liability issues

Work continues Tuesday at Lock 9 on the Glenville side of the Mohawk River near the intersection of routes 5 and 103.
Work continues Tuesday at Lock 9 on the Glenville side of the Mohawk River near the intersection of routes 5 and 103.
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This story was updated to correct the surname of Union College geologist John Garver. Paul and Jane Vanston want answers. They want to know what was done in advance to mitigate flooding along the Mohawk River, which left their home on Lock Street submerged in more than 10 feet of fetid water. They want to know why equipment at the CSX Railroad bridge construction site near Lock 9 wasn’t better secured before Irene blew in ...

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wmarincic
September 22, 2011
7:31 a.m.

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They put Brian Stratton in charge and he had ample time to open the dams and lower the river and he couldn't even do that right. This is what happens when a Governor gives a do something job to a know nothing Mayor as payment for support.

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