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News - January 3, 2020

With recycled water deal signed, attention shifts to contentious Baylands site

by Gennady Sheyner

Hailing it as a "historic" agreement, Santa Clara County's primary water supplier, Valley Water, enthusiastically approved on Dec. 10 a 76-year deal with Palo and Mountain View to construct a water purification plant in the Baylands with the intent of greatly expanding use of recycled water.

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