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    Waterville Police communications tower - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Matt Hussey begins to attach the top section of a 140-foot radio tower outside Waterville Police Department on Thursday. The tower replaces one on top of City Hall that police officials say is no longer adequate for the department’s needs and those of the eight other towns it dispatches for.

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    Workers attach line to a 140-foot communications tower to a crane outside Waterville Police Department on Thursday.

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    Workers prepare to hoist the 140-foot communications tower from the ground outside Waterville Police Department.

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    Workers successfully complete putting up the 140-foot communications tower outside the Waterville Police Department on Thursday.

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    A worker aligns the base 140-foot communications tower suspended from a crane Thursday at the Waterville Police Department as police and staff members, including Chief Joe Massey, right, watch.

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    The 140-foot communications tower is halfway up outside the Waterville Police Department on Thursday.

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