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July 13, 2010

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Rick Tudor

I'm still waiting to read or hear any reporting on the row of basement apartments effected by the flood on the first block of Summer Street. The folks living in the 5 units had all their possessions destroyed -thousands of dollars worth of furniture, artwork, clothes -kitchen sinks were ripped from the walls, refrigerators and beds turned over from the force of the flooding. For the last four days residents have been salvaging what they could . Not once has anyone from the city of Somerville even stopped by.

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