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Water bills could increase for Prince George's, Montgomery residents

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The water agency for Prince George's and Montgomery counties predicts needing a 19 percent increase in its construction budget to pay for improvements to its aging system over the next six years -- probably meaning more rate increases for residents in the coming years. In the next fiscal year alone, the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission anticipates spending $642.3 million on construction...

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