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Communities battle freezing pipes, low water levels

6:38 PM, Feb. 12, 2014
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Municipal officials are finding ways to deal with the havoc subzero temperatures have played on water systems this winter.

"This has been a long, cold winter," said William Kaberle, public works director for Nekoosa. "Our biggest concern is water freezing."

The Nekoosa Public Works Department received 10 reports Tuesday from residents with frozen pipes, Kaberle said. Workers were able to respond to seven of the reports. ...

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