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|Friday, July 02, 2010|
Residents along U.S. Highway 101-Business in Jeffers Gardens/Miles Crossing no longer have to deal with raw sewage during high tide, now that a sewer system ten years in the works has opened.
Miles Crossing Sewer District's waste water will be accepted into Astoria's system for treatment.
Read the full story at The Daily Astorian.
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