For the past three years, the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) has been aggressively reinvesting in the city’s water and wastewater infrastructure, spending close to $100 million so far, with expectations of a similar expenditure in the next fiscal year. “This is one of the highest priorities for the city, and we continue to work on that,” says Councilman Patrick Dowd, who is also a member of the PWSA. But, the water infrastructure reinvestment program also ...

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