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Scotia: After the mud and water, Jack's back in business

Sunday, August 26, 2012
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However, much of the village of Scotia is back to normal — a sharp contrast from a year ago, when Schonowee and Washington avenues were turned into rivers and a sea of mud covered the tennis and basketball courts at Collins Park and created large sinkholes in the grass. The most iconic picture from the flooding was water rising near the tops of the pavilions at Jumpin’ Jack’s, which owner Mark Lansing Sr. called a real “gut check.”...

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