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Hydrant removal worries family members

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STATHAM, GA (CBS46) -

Tom Davis was a Barrow County television repairman who loved his family and wanted them to stay together. He purchased land for them to build homes and six of his children now live with their own families on the same rural street.

It's a great location for them, but with one glaring omission since last summer.

County workers fixed a leak at the street's only hydrant, but then removed the hydrant and didn't replace it.

Tom's son Roger tried for months to get a hydrant installed, but got nowhere until he decided he'd Better Call Harry.

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