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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Building Set to Reopen After Flood

A state building in Concord, N.H., that was closed after pipes froze and burst over the weekend will re-open Wednesday, but the Public Health Laboratory will remain closed until further notice.

The building housing the Departments of Health and Human Services and Environmental Services was damaged by flooding over the long holiday weekend.

Officials said Tuesday that most staffers should return to work Wednesday. Those who work in the laboratory's radiological health program will be temporarily relocated, while other lab workers will be contacted individually.

Republican House Speaker Bill O'Brian blamed the situation on what he called Democratic Gov. John Lynch's "shoddy management practices." Lynch's spokesman called it partisan politics at its most absurd to blame the governor for frozen pipes in January.

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