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The damage done: Letter writer provides images of destruction wrought by flooding on Seventh Avenue by two September storms

In a letter to the editor Tuesday on the need to overhaul the Village of Pelham’s storm sewers, Thelma Bowling offered to let any readers see pictures she has of the damage done by flooding in and around her home at 515 Seventh Ave. The Pelham Examiner requested the pictures. These images show destruction caused inside and outside Bowling’s home by storms on Sept. 1, 2021 and Sept. 29, 2023.

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    Jane Mansfield BouvierFeb 21, 2024 at 7:51 pm

    It would seem the neighborly thing to help those being deluged by using the playground, if that is the solution. I grew up in North Pelham, and remember my hometown as having worked together through depression and war as good neighbors.