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Rotterdam residents asked to save water

Pump failure reduces capacity at town plant

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Town residents are being asked to forego watering their lawns and gardens until Tuesday after a failed pump motor left its largest water district in short supply this week. Clark Collins, the town’s senior water treatment plant operator, said more than two weeks of non-stop pumping caused the aging motor to falter earlier this week. As a result, he said the district’s water capacity has since struggled to keep up with residential demand, which spiked ...

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