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Massachusetts to Move to Fix Aging Water Infrastructure

Matt Ball on August 8, 2013 - in Renewal/Retrofit, Water

State lawmakers are talking about ways to find more money for cities and towns to fix aging water infrastructure and expect to introduce a proposed finance package in September.

Now that a $500 million tax law is in place to pay for transportation, addressing the state’s water needs is probably next on the list, say lawmakers and an official from the trust fund that oversees clean water and drinking water projects.

Read more via The Boston Globe

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