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Water flowing again in Rotterdam

Boil advisory still in effect following four main breaks

A giant tank of water pumps water behind Top's American Grill, Bakery & Bar on Duanesburg Road in Rotterdam Tuesday. Owner Evan Christou paid a company to install the tank after a boil-water advisory went into affect Monday.
Photographer: Ned Campbell
A giant tank of water pumps water behind Top's American Grill, Bakery & Bar on Duanesburg Road in Rotterdam Tuesday. Owner Evan Christou paid a company to install the tank after a boil-water advisory went into affect Monday.
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On a humid, 90-degree day in July, many Rotterdam residents had to leave their homes to quench their thirst. “It’s the hottest day of the year, and here there’s no water,” said Gina Britton of Garrison Avenue on Tuesday after loading three gallons of water into the back seat of her car. Britton, 44, who was bringing the water home to her husband and three kids, contributed to a steady stream of residents who lined ...

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pro-tech
July 2, 2014
11:11 a.m.

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When the A1 water wagon charges people for water in a crisis situation it speaks volumes that he is greedy and not a community team member.. It isn't always about money..

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