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Palo Alto partners with Mountain View, other Peninsula cities in planning colossal upgrade to wastewater plant

Original post made on Nov 22, 2022

Seeking to reduce the amount of nitrogen that flows into the San Francisco Bay, Palo Alto and its partner cities are preparing to make a $193 million upgrade to the Regional Water Quality Control Plant.

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