Minnesota needs to spend about $11 billion to repair aging water and sewer infrastructure but doesn't have adequate funding. Many of the pipes were built during the Great Depression, and several water treatment plants across the state are 30 or 40 years old.
Minn. confronts aging water infrastructure, $11B shortfall
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