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"And we would be left paying the price, as the quality of drinking water degrades, beaches close, lakes and rivers fill with algal scums, waterfront businesses and property values suffer, and fish, birds and other wildlife disappear," said Mr. Strayer in the Albany [N.Y.] Times Union.
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