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Submitted by BHart (not verified) on Sat, 06/14/2008 - 4:48pm.
Correct me if I am wrong, but is not Snug Harbour outside of the city limits? But the City of Wilmington is responsible for the water? Huh? How is that suppose to work? I see firefighters out checking hydrants all the time. But when Ogden has a broke hydrant, they have to call the city to fix it? How many people does that request have to go through? Is it like Bill will tell Bob who tells Jill who has to approve it through Dave to tell Charlie to fix it? Does the story change two or three times? Yikes! My heart goes out to the family that lost their home. I hope you are on your way to a speedy recovery from this situation. To all the firefighters that were bustin' their behinds in the heat... THANK YOU! You guys and gals are fantastic! You don't get enough credit (or pay!) for what you do! As a homeowner you need to pay attention to who is touching the hydrants in your neighborhood! And if you are still concerned about the fire protection in your community, go to your local fire station and ask how you can help. I'm sure Ogden, Wrightsboro, and Castle Hayne can use some volunteers!
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