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Public Utilities Flush With Cash But Behind On Projects

February 20, 2012 8:24 a.m.

When San Diego city officials launched a series of utility-rate hikes in 2007, they expected to spend more than a billion dollars on projects to shore up aging water and sewer systems rife with leaks. But things have not gone as planned.

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