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Saratoga Springs working on plan to improve water flow

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There’s a fire hydrant right across the street from the five row houses that burned July 28 on Woodlawn Avenue, but fire companies instead tapped hydrants farther away. The aging 4-inch water main to the closest hydrant yielded too little water to fight the inferno, so firefighters ran hoses to hydrants fed by larger mains on Broadway, Church Street and farther down on Woodlawn. The 4-inch mains, which the city is slowly replacing, are small ...

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