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Those with firsthand experience of failures in the county’s aging wastewater infrastructure — such as the Manhattan Loop resident who reported a geyser of sewage from the manhole in her backyard — may not quibble with a proposed sewer rate increase the Los Alamos County Council is set to hear Tuesday.
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