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Bill for treatment plant jumps after rare salamanders found

By Peter Martin
Globe Correspondent / August 18, 2005

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READING -- Ten blue-spotted salamanders were discovered in a patch of Reading woods in March, but last week the Reading Board of Selectmen learned that their presence not only would cost the town a site for its new water-treatment plant, but also would probably add millions of dollars in new design fees and other expenses. (Full article: 818 words)

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