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  • The Springfield Story

    The Springfield Story Last week I testified in front of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water Resources and the Environment about the clean water affordability problems facing the City of Springfield, Missouri, and how integrated planning offers us a practical yet effective approach for addressing our water challenges in the most affordable way for our citizens.  Like many others across the nation, the City of Springfield-Greene County region is addressing the challenge of increasingly stringent environmental regulations from every front. From stormwater and wastewater to air quality and drinking water, as regulations continue to evolve, our community is required to devote more money and resources to comply.     Currently, the City of Springfield is operating under a seven-year, $50 million amended consent[…]

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