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AMY SWEENEY/Staff photoThe stream gauge at the Shawsheen River was installed in 2007 on Balmoral Street just after the 2006 Mother's Day floods. When town funding was cut in 2010, area businesses and residents covered half of the station's $15,000 annual operating costs, with the federal government matching their support. Then last June, the funding was lost completely to sequestration.

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