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Feds, State Sue Portsmouth Over Wastewater Discharge

The city has discharged wastewater containing E coli and coliform bacteria into the Piscataqua River and South Mill Pond "on numerous occasions" during the past five years and continues to do so," according to civil lawsuits filed against the city by the federal government and state of New Hampshire, reports the Portsmouth Herald.

 

Assistant City Attorney Suzanne Woodland described the lawsuits as a mechanism for environmental oversight agencies to ensure the city completes planned sewer improvements and stressed that the city’s relationship with the agencies is "not adversarial."

 

Source: Boston Herald

 

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