Miami-Dade officials have the power to fix infrastructure problems


Miami-Dade infrastructure wastewater system pollution problems

Al Maloof infrastructure op-ed in Miami Herald

Miami-Dade County has serious wastewater system infrastructure problems. One that can be solved with local legislation would cure the ills caused by baby wipes and kitchen grease. The measure could reduce the number of burst water system pipes that lead to pollution of fresh water supplies, and of streams, rivers and beaches. Read the complete article, “Finding solutions for clogged water pipes” here or on the Miami Herald website.

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