Making Sewage Stories Readable

I love sources who can explain boring topics in a way that’s relatable and meaningful to readers.

I’d see and hear Joe Barrington at enough meetings in the county about sewer projects that I learned more about where your waste goes more than I wanted to know.

He shared with me a series of problems in the community with both sewers and water–something that mattered in a community that often had line breaks and clogs.

So, we did a series called Liquid Assets to cover these topics.

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