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Dressed in khaki slacks and a white polo shirt emblazoned with the New York state seal, Mr. Cuomo started at an open manhole on Central Park West, pointing out where power feeds into the subway.
An increase in overflows from sewer manholes and lift stations because of large volumes of storm water runoff infiltrating the wastewater collection pipe network.
The project, which started in May, involves rehabbing about 2.6 miles of 60-inch sewer pipe, as well as 23 drop manholes and other work, according to the district.
For now, vacuum trucks are helping move sewage along, sucking it out of one manhole and dumping it in another.
In Georgia’s southeastern Glynn County, residents complained of untreated sewage seeping out of manholes and mixing with floodwater.
Health officials on Tuesday urged people not to swim or otherwise touch the water in an unnamed Lake Norman cove after 100 gallons of raw sewage spilled from a manhole in an eastern Lincoln County subdivision.
The remainder of the work, including rehab of drop manholes, is scheduled to be finished next March.
The exotic snake was discovered when the crew lifted a manhole cover during routine maintenance.
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