Minnesota’s Infrastructure – in trouble??

An article by Jeremy Dennison recently published in the Minneapolis Star Tribune brings to light the fact that “Most sewer and sanitation systems last between 30 and 50 years.  Many of Minnesota’s are as old or older, and they could fail at any point.”  The work that MAP does in Minnesota communities, as well as our eight other states, deals directly with helping to fix this very issue.  Why wait for these systems to fail?  Let’s act now.  Click here to read the article in its entirety, and if you’re a small community in need of assistance, visit the MAP website to see how we can help.

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