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Letter to the Editor: Homeowners deserve to be compensated after sewer backup

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Last June 20-21, the sanitary sewer backed up due to a heavy rainfall, a lightning strike and an infrastructure that has not kept up with the expansion of the city.


At least two dozen residents experienced extreme clean-up costs and loss of property.

The city’s ineffective insurance company refuses to pay for the numerous claims, stating that the city has done a good job with its updating of the infrastructure.

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