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03/06/2013 03:38 pm ET

Sandy Stirs Up Trouble For City Drinking Water

These are murky times for New York’s drinking water.

New York City water customers recently inched a step closer to seeing federal authorities force them into building a filtration plant that could cost up to $10 billion.

That’s because churning seas caused by Hurricane Sandy resulted in a little-publicized increase in the cloudiness of New York City’s drinking water.

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