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Welder Nick Campo with Cronos Constuction works on building a new 30-ft-tall, 2-million gallon, ground level water tank on El Dorado and Jackson streets in south Stockton. The new tank replaces the 100-ft. tall water tower
Built in the 1940s which was removed in May due seismic concerns. The welder is at the lower left rule of thirds point in the frame. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD]

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