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    Randall Behm, of Army Corps of Engineers, takes a photo of the back walls of 149-167 Water St. on Nov. 29, 2017, in downtown Gardiner as part of an effort to develop strategies to reduce the risk of floods.

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    Patrick Wright, Gardiner Main Street director, left, and Randall Behm, of Army Corps of Engineers, confer during a tour of 149-167 Water St. on Nov. 29, 2017, in downtown Gardiner, as part of an effort to develop strategies to reduce the risk of floods.

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    The exterior view of 149 Water St. is seen Nov. 29, 2017, in downtown Gardiner.

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    Randall Behm, left, and Stephen O'Leary, from Army Corps of Engineers, tour of 149-167 Water St. on Nov. 29, 2017, in downtown Gardiner, as part of an effort to develop strategies to reduce the risk of floods.

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    The exterior view of 149 Water St. is seen Nov. 29, 2017, in downtown Gardiner.

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    Patrick Wright, Gardiner Main Street director, left, and Randall Behm, of Army Corps of Engineers, look at a flood vent during a tour of 149-167 Water St. on Nov. 29, 2017, in downtown Gardiner. The vent, seen highlighted by flashlight, is supposed to let water in and out during a flood to release pressure on walls.

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