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Regional pact reflects importance of lake water

Legislators in Springfield and Washington, D.C., could learn a lesson or two from Southland leaders, who were able to put aside their egos and self-interest to agree on a $171 million regional water improvement project.

Four years of negotiations involving six diverse towns has produced a 40-year agreement that will ensure an adequate supply and reliable delivery of Lake Michigan water for future generations in Oak Lawn, Oak Forest, Orland Park, Tinley Park, Mokena and New Lenox, according to municipal officials…Please click here to read Susan Demar Lafferty’s article in the Southtown Star.

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