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Flushing might soon cost more

Posted by Ralph Ranalli June 4, 2007 10:19 AM

SHREWSBURY

Selectmen will hold a public hearing tonight on plans to upgrade the wastewater treatment plant that Shrewsbury shares with Westborough.

The upgrades, which would be paid for by increased sewer rates, would cost $30 million, said Town Manager Dan Morgado. The upgrades would have to be completed by June 2010 to comply with state and federal standards, he said.

A copy of the plans is available for viewing at Town Hall during normal business hours.

- Calvin Hennick

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