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Baltimore's water main break back-up plan

I had a passing thought: I was wondering if the Baltimore City Department of Public works has an ark stored somewhere ("City crews repair two more ruptures in aging water lines," Nov. 14).

You know, just in case.

Patrick R. Lynch, Nottingham

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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