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$8b needed to repair state's water pipes

January 11, 2008

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The state's aging water pipes may not be as visible as potholes and crumbling bridges, but they are also in need of repair. The advocacy group Clean Water Action said yesterday that it will cost up to $8 billion over the next two decades to fix the state's drinking water infrastructure, including water mains, storage tanks, and treatment plants. The ... (Full article: 718 words)

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