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Water districts want to know if single treatment plant would save money

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Posted: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 10:00 pm

A water consulting firm will determine over the next two weeks whether it would be more cost-effective to build a single water treatment plant to serve Lodi, Stockton and rural areas of northern San Joaquin County.

Three small water districts, including the North San Joaquin Water Conservation District, which serves the Lodi area, have hired Boyle Engineering to develop cost estimates for a large water treatment plant and find out if it would be cheaper than for each political entity to develop their own treatment systems.

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