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Fire Hydrants and Appliance Safety 12.28.12

Fire Hydrants and Appliance Safety 12.28.12

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Published by: Newzjunky on Dec 28, 2012
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Jack Auble added this note
as walter said we pay taxes, if the city DPW and fire department cant handle it hire some citizens who can. if the city wastes its money on its "pet" projects, instead of investing in its infastructure, its there fault.
CaintheShark added this note
I will definitly keep it clear,it could save my house or my nieghbors lives.Great idea,I would feel terrible if someone died cause i was to lazy to shovel around a hydrant.
Walter Weidner added this note
We certainly pay enough taxes in watertown. The city should take care of the hydrents.
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