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Water-sewer extension bill gets second-reading Aye

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The state House voted approval 70-47 this afternoon on the second reading of a bill (link below) requiring cities to provide water and sewer service to any area within their urban growth boundaries.

Durham’s urban growth boundary includes the 751 South site. A third reading of the bill, SB 382, a substitute version of a state Senate act originally pertaining to withholding taxes, could come Wednesday.

If SB 382 passes its third reading, it goes to the state Senate for approval in its new form.

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Jim Wise is a Durham News/N&O reporter and columnist who follows city and county government land-use and neighborhood issues. He's author of "Durham: A Bull City Story" and "Durham Tales: The Morris Street Maple, the Plastic Cow, the Durham Day That Was and More ... "
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