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    St. Joseph’s wastewater treatment plant released untreated sewage and storm sewer runoff into the Missouri River on Tuesday, although officials say it would be so diluted by the time it reached Kansas City that it posed no challenge to local water supplies.

St. Joseph’s wastewater treatment plant released untreated sewage and storm sewer runoff into the Missouri River on Tuesday, although officials say it would be so diluted by the time it reached Kansas City that it posed no challenge to local water supplies. Neil Nakahodo and Scott Canon The Kansas City Star
St. Joseph’s wastewater treatment plant released untreated sewage and storm sewer runoff into the Missouri River on Tuesday, although officials say it would be so diluted by the time it reached Kansas City that it posed no challenge to local water supplies. Neil Nakahodo and Scott Canon The Kansas City Star

Untreated St. Joseph sewage is flushing in Kansas City’s direction during plant fix

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