Part Eight: Decision Point: Does Cape Cod Have the Will to Fix Its Nitrogen Problem?

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Part Eight Extra: Interview with Chris Kilian

Part Eight Extra: Interview with Chris Kilian

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Part Eight Extra: Interview with Paul Niedzwiecki

Part Eight Extra: Interview with Paul Niedzwiecki

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Part Eight: Decision Point: Does Cape Cod Have the Will to Fix Its Nitrogen Problem?

Part Eight: Decision Point: Does Cape Cod Have the Will to Fix Its Nitrogen Problem?

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Part Five Extra: Peter Francese Interview

Part Five Extra: Peter Francese Interview

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For the past decade, most towns on the Cape have been trying to solve their wastewater woes on their own, but have been slow to act because of the cost — an estimated $4 billion to $8 billion Cape-wide. In the meantime, the quality of the region’s coastal embayments has continued to decline. But the stakes are getting even higher with a major lawsuit demanding swift regulatory action.

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