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“Go with the flow” has a meaning of its own. “Follow the flow” is going to get a little more interesting. May 11-15 marks the third year for Infrastructure Week, a national celebration of country’s infrastructure systems and the essential role they play in our economy. To celebrate Infrastructure...

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President Barack Obama addressed a crowd of 500 guests at the Global Center for Health and Innovation yesterday, focusing his remarks on the federal budget, middle-class economics and manufacturing opportunities. But both infrastructure and environmental regulation made it into the President’s comments as he welcomed questions from the audience...

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Image credit Wikipedia In what The Hill calls “an unusual move,” the White House has released an overview of the programs that will be unveiled at tonight’s State of the Union address. From tax-code overhauls to expanding broadband internet access, there’s not a direct reference to water or sewer...

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The Sewer District has begun training a canine officer for work in our Security department, for infrastructure safety and community outreach. Storm, a two-month-old German Shepherd pup, was brought on board December 15. He will be trained this year as an explosive-detection and human-tracking dog, for security, and emergency-recovery...

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  Efficiency doesn’t always make headlines. Today, a national summit in Washington, D.C. is trying to change that by bringing attention to the water infrastructure our entire country relies on and yet so often overlooks. The goal is to raise awareness of the jobs and economic impact of America’s...

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