Labor unions and environmentalists are joining with cities across the state to ask lawmakers for help with clean water projects, including for Mankato. The Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities called on leaders yesterday to invest in clean water upgrades as the state sits on a projected nine-billion dollar surplus. The CGMC says now is the time to act on water infrastructure improvements. Proposed projects include updating wastewater treatment infrastructure and replacing lead water service lines.
Unions, Environmentalists Join Cities In Asking Lawmakers For Water Project Help
By Ashley Hanley|2022-03-18T04:51:47-05:00March 18th, 2022|