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Water system financing tricky, Hagerstown council told

January 23, 2008|By DAN DEARTH

Financing will be the biggest obstacle as the City of Hagerstown moves forward to overhaul its water system, City Utilities Director Mike Spiker said during a Tuesday city council work session.

Spiker said the plan, which is expected to cost about $81.2 million, includes 19 projects and could take nearly 30 years to complete.

Workers currently are installing a water tank on Hagerstown's West End near U.S. 40.

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