Minnesota communities outside the Twin Cities area have an immediate need for $6.9 billion worth of wastewater treatment, drinking water and storm sewer facilities, according to a report by West Central Initiative, a regional foundation based in Fergus Falls.
“If, all of a sudden, you can’t flush your toilet, your house isn’t worth anything,” said Nancy Straw, president of West Central Initiative. —Clear Water Costly For Small Towns (WCCO-TV)
Our plumbing problems haven’t been that bad, but Rosemary must have noticed I’ve had sewage on my brain for the last few days. Thanks for the suggestion.