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September 11, 2017

The City of Shreveport has spent $326 million in the past decade to fix aging streets, sewers and other infrastructure but still must spend more than $1 billion - much of it before 2026 - to address long-neglected maintenance. That's the top-line conclusion of the city's mid-year infrastructure... read more

August 15, 2017

North Carolina's abundant water sources provide drinking water to thousands of people, but protecting the quality of that water starts on the land. That fact has guided a public/private partnership in one part of the state.

August 15, 2017

The Mohawk Valley Water Authority and SUEZ North America have signed a five-year contract for SUEZ to operate, manage and maintain the Hinckley Water Treatment Plant. The facility in Prospect provides service to about 126,500 people in Utica and neighboring towns in Oneida and Herkimer Counties... read more

August 15, 2017

The city of Quincy could have a private company run its water treatment plant. The city posted bids on its website for the deal. The city would still own the plant but if approved, this would be a public-private partnership.

August 15, 2017

It's been a little over 10 months since Hurricane Matthew ravaged parts of North Carolina causing flooding in river basins across the state. Although the water has receded, the cleanup continues and the state is partnering with the nonprofit group Resource Institute to restore rivers, streams,... read more

July 17, 2017

A public water utility in New Mexico is trying an innovative approach to preserving water quality, donating money to protect the environment upstream. The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority in New Mexico "doesn't own the land where its water originates, but it just donated $1... read more

July 15, 2017

A legal battle by North Dakota and Minnesota residents opposed to a Red River diversion project in the Fargo area has lasted nearly four years and resulted in nearly 500 court documents, with no end in sight. Both sides are expecting some clarity in the next week.

July 17, 2017

In its first year, the public-private partnership between the City of Bossier City and Manchac Consulting Group, Inc. has already proven itself effective. Manchac took over the city's water and sewer division last June, after a 4-2 vote by the Bossier City Council.

June 19, 2017

Corpus Christi's governing body is moving forward with its plan to rehabilitate and modernize the wastewater system without committing to building a new treatment plant. The adopted direction, which is now final, came after nearly three hours of debate and opened the door for the council to... read more

June 19, 2017

Chester, Pennsylvania's recently formed Stormwater Authority announced a partnership last week that aims to help the city meet a federally mandated sewer system fix while also creating jobs for local contractors and spurring economic development.

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