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$185m in aid set for Mass.

Water, sewer projects boosted; No estimates on job creation

Workers listen as Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray speaks at Deer Island about US funding targeted for the state. Workers listen as Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray speaks at Deer Island about US funding targeted for the state. (Bill Greene/ Globe Staff)
By Tara Ballenger
Globe Correspondent / June 16, 2009

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Massachusetts will get $185 million in federal stimulus money for water and sewer projects, hastening improvements in some 100 Massachusetts cities and towns, the nation's top environmental official announced yesterday in Boston. (Full article: 753 words)

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