Six months after being hit by floods, Little Falls business re-opens

Jul 6, 2012 Full story: WKTV 11

Six months to the day disaster struck and a small business is back open in the City of Little Falls.

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ugly

Auburn, NY

#1 Jul 8, 2012
She is a ugly person in side and out.

“Care Enough To Take Action”

Since: Jan 08

Indian Trail, NC

#2 Jul 8, 2012
What an outrageously UGLY thing to say...
About anybody!
Wondering

Verona, NY

#3 Jul 8, 2012
ugly wrote:
She is a ugly person in side and out.
Could that be said of your post also?
Leaky Louie

Bridgeport, NY

#4 Jul 9, 2012
Wow... Was not aware that Main St. in Little Falls was flooded ???
The Grammar Queen

Verona, NY

#5 Jul 9, 2012
ugly wrote:
She is a ugly person in side and out.
Looks like you need a lesson on when to use "a" vs. when to use "an". You sound so silly saying "a ugly person" when it should be "an ugly person". When followed by a vowel, remember to use "an" and you won't sound so silly!
FEMA

Syracuse, NY

#6 Jul 9, 2012
Why did that building -and only that building -get flooded?
water mailfaunction

Verona, NY

#7 Jul 9, 2012
FEMA wrote:
Why did that building -and only that building -get flooded?
The top floors flooded from a leak.Water damage on the main floor from the leak.
FEMA

Syracuse, NY

#8 Jul 9, 2012
water mailfaunction wrote:
<quoted text>
The top floors flooded from a leak.Water damage on the main floor from the leak.
Not so sensational anymore.

A "leak" is hardly a flood.
of course

Avon, CT

#9 Jul 9, 2012
Of course the go-nowhere, loser posters on here can only criticize a success story on Main Street. Nothing yokels hate more than success!
Your point is

Verona, NY

#10 Jul 9, 2012
FEMA wrote:
<quoted text>
Not so sensational anymore.
A "leak" is hardly a flood.
A leak can easily be a flood if gone unnoticed.
The newspaper used the word "floods". I'm sure it was meant to be flood as in the business being wiped out from massive amounts of water pouring into their work space from a upper floor leak left unnoticed.
They invested in our downtown area after a very unfortunate peril.
Good for them and great us as tax payers.
of course

South Dennis, MA

#11 Jul 9, 2012
Your point is wrote:
<quoted text>
A leak can easily be a flood if gone unnoticed.
The newspaper used the word "floods". I'm sure it was meant to be flood as in the business being wiped out from massive amounts of water pouring into their work space from a upper floor leak left unnoticed.
They invested in our downtown area after a very unfortunate peril.
Good for them and great us as tax payers.
The response to this story provides insight into the "mind" of the native parasite species known in the scientific community as "Little fallsus yokelus," or "yokel" to the layman. If someone succeeds here, that means that it is possible to succeed in Little Falls and that hurts the yokel's ability to blame their miserable lives on their community. What these folks did involved intelligence, vision, and hard work, traits almost completely unknown among the yokel species.

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