Aggressive flood waters prove to be an issue during each hurricane season. In New Jersey, flood waters threatened the American Water treatment plant during Hurricane Irene and that prompted a $37 million project to harden its perimeter. These improvements will impact the facility that serves approximately 1 in 9 residents in the state directly. Brenda Flanagan at NJTV News has the story.
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