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February 9, 2014 12:00 AM

Water quality standards shouldn’t be unrealistic

During my 12 years as mayor of Auburn, I always felt that my top responsibility was to ensure that the city council and I were good stewards of our people’s money. We never wanted to spend public funds until we were sure that we would get results that would truly benefit city residents.

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