Aging Water Infrastructure Worries Nashville Officials

This piece from NPR looks at water issues in Nashville, Tennessee, where local officials are trying to make the city's aging infrastructure a priority for voters.

"Several American cities are struggling to maintain their aging water systems, and Nashville, Tenn. is one of them. Karl Dean, the city's new mayor, says Nashville needs more than $500 million for capital improvements to its century-old water and sewer system."

Full Story: Nashville Struggles with Water, Sewer Systems

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