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SB 565 is a proposal for a record $4.7 billion investment in our state’s aging water infrastructure, state parks, roads and bridges, and more. The bill includes provisions for lead pipeline replacement, wastewater and stormwater system upgrades, drinking water infrastructure improvements, dam safety and infrastructure improvements, PFAS remediation, Filter First hydration stations in K-12 schools and childcare centers, investments in state and local parks, and more.
Our state currently has a $20 billion need for water infrastructure upgrades and improvements over the next 10 years and a $250 million need to invest in our state parks. By utilizing federal COVID relief funds, SB 565 starts the process of updating the state’s aging water and parks infrastructure at a low cost to taxpayers.
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