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Wilson’s New Freedom would open the sluiceways of competition by slashing tariffs, strengthening anti-trust laws and increasing access to credit.
The town has opened the floodgate to the dam draining the pond behind it and allowing Roaring Brook to flow freely downstream through a sluiceway.
The breakwater was constructed with four sluiceways, or porthole-like tunnels, which allowed for greater circulation of ocean water.
However, the sluiceways were sealed years ago after a child became trapped in one and drowned.
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