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Afternoon Bulletin: Occupy Wall Street Lawsuit Settled, NYPD Prepares for Pope

The city is doling out $25,000 settlement to an Occupy Wall Street group called the Free Network Foundation. In what is not the first lawsuit brought by Occupy Wall Street demonstrators, city police were accused of discarding equipment belonging to the group that was used during the rally to set up Wi-Fi for the protesters. 253 more words

Humboldt, Sask. homes flood as super pipes unable to hold excess rain

Watch above: The storm that swept through Saskatchewan this week hit Humboldt the hardest with five inches of rain falling in just 12 hours. Wendy Winiewski took a trip out to the town today and surveyed the damage. 498 more words

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Call for Nominations for the Ad Hoc Combined Sewer System Plan Stakeholder Group | News Release | City of Alexandria

Call for Nominations for the Ad Hoc Combined Sewer System Plan Stakeholder Group

For Immediate Release: July 21, 2015

On June 23, 2015, Alexandria City Council approved a  261 more words

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NWWSD Dealing with the Rain!

We’ve seen plenty of rain this summer and especially this past weekend. Nearly the entire county has been affected including Bloomdale in the south end, Weston on the west side and Northwood, Walbridge and Millbury to the north. 283 more words

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Is sewer backup an act of god or not?

ARNOLD, MO (KPLR) – When is a sewer backup in your basement an act of God or not an act of God?  That’s the question some Arnold residents are asking after finding raw sewage in their basements several times in the past two and a half months. 317 more words

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Is sewer backup an act of god or not?

ARNOLD, MO (KTVI) – When is a sewer backup in your basement an act of God or not an act of God?  That’s the question some Arnold residents are asking after finding raw sewage in their basements several times in the past two and a half months. 317 more words

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Rock Falls residents urged to minimize water usage

Pumping operations were underway to help lower the level of sewage at the plant in Rock Falls, Illinois.

The City is asking all residents to reduce their use of toilets, sinks, and appliances that flow into the sewer system. 78 more words

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