$67 million plan battles seawater intrusion.
Thursday, August 31, 1995
By now, the statistics on the publicly funded Castroville Irrigation Project seem familiar. To the tune of $67 million, it will be among the largest wastewater irrigation projects in the country, eventually providing 30,000 acre-feet of treated wastewater yearly to the farms around Castroville.
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