Oneida County Part County Sewer fix cost rises to $158 million
And back in the 1970's when the treatment plant and county interceptors were built, we thought we had the pollution problem licked!
With numbers like these (and just for sewers, not including water supply and other public necessities) can government (and, for many, personal) bankruptcy be far behind?
This is what happens when government does not know what it is doing. . . . and we are entering an era where government will be expected to do more!