Failing septic systems leave neighbors with little choice: accept annexation



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Seepage of sewage from the ground is especially bad after rain, says Jaime Saylor. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)


Jaime Saylor says the odor of raw sewage has become increasingly bad outside her home on the east side of Greenfield. She is hoping the city will annex the area and build sewers. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — Be sure you don’t wear open-toed shoes when you visit the home of Jaime Saylor and Joel Zumbolo.

With raw sewage coming up through their yard and dumping into Brandywine Creek, the couple have to watch where they step.

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