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Emergency crews stacking sandbags in the rain Tuesday.
Emergency crews stacking sandbags in the rain Tuesday.

Fresh worries and some accusations in Colton

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Brookfield Renewable Power says it's steadily releasing water down the Raquette River to make room for the latest rainfall. In a press release, the company says it'll be several days before an "appreciable decline" in water levels is seen. In the town of Colton, the river's receded several inches over the last few days. But that's likely to change due to last night and today's heavy rain. Meanwhile, some residents are pointing fingers at the company that operates the Raquette's many dams. David Sommerstein was in Colton yesterday and has this report.

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The old hotel - now the Finish Line bar - has been condemned until inspectors can get inside safely.

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