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March 20, 2014 5:49 PM

$2.3 billion pipeline will provide for North Texas’ water needs for years to come

Almost 60 years ago, with this area coming off a nearly seven-year drought, the Tarrant Regional Water District completed a long-range water supply plan to meet the growing needs of North Central Texas.

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