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PERTH-ANDOVER, N.B. - New Brunswickers living in flood-prone communities are being urged to stay vigilant as cleanup from this week s flooding continues.
In the northwestern village of Perth-Andover, municipal officials warned Friday that while water levels dropped temporarily overnight, they are expected to continue fluctuating.
Village spokeswoman Justine Waldeck said the breakup of ice along the St. John River and at the dam at Grand Falls also remains a cause for concern.
In the coming days, the ice above Grand Falls will eventually give way and we will see that ice come through the dam and then come into our community, Waldeck said in an interview.
If we get another 2 1/2 feet (of water) in town, then it will start to cross at our lower lying areas. Mayor Terry Ritchie called Wednesday for a voluntary evacuation amid fears the St. John River could flood parts of the village, which experienced severe flooding in March 2012. Waldeck said the voluntary evacuation remained in effect Friday.
After the 2012 flood, it s still fresh in everybody s mind, so they ve (residents) responded very well and have been very co-operative, said Waldeck. We re very pleased and very thankful.
Premier David Alward spent Thursday touring areas of the province that were submerged earlier this week when heavy rain and ice jams caused rivers and streams to spill their banks.
During a stop in Sussex, Alward said the government s priority is to ensure residents are safe, but he added that crews will be moving quickly to inspect homes and assess damage.
A number of areas throughout Eastern Canada, including Ontario and Quebec, have been contending with floods in recent days.
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