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For some in Rotterdam Junction, renewal, for others, regrets

Dan Hladik of Rotterdam Junction holds his 2-year-old son, Daniel Jr., on the Hladiks' new front porch on Isabella Street, while their pet German shepherd, Charley, sits in the background.
Dan Hladik of Rotterdam Junction holds his 2-year-old son, Daniel Jr., on the Hladiks' new front porch on Isabella Street, while their pet German shepherd, Charley, sits in the background.
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Resilience is part of Dan Hladik’s story. For Norm Torres, renovation and renewal are points for discussion. Dick and Marion Whalen talk about relocation. And a little regret. All four saw homes in Rotterdam Junction severely damaged in the floods that came with Tropical Storm Irene on Aug. 28, 2011. Living rooms became swimming pools at Hladik’s home on Isabella Street, for Torres’ relatives on Lock Street and for the Whalens on Main Street. Things ...


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