Woodrow Wilson Bridge as seen from Jones Point Park in Alexandria, Va.

Woodrow Wilson Bridge as seen from Jones Point Park in Alexandria, Va.

Alexandria’s aging sewer system allows untreated sewage to flow into the Potomac River during heavy rainfall. With the state and city at odds over the best way to repair it, how will Alexandria fix this environmental and municipal challenge? Kojo examines the issues facing Alexandria officials and the timeline they face to solve the problem at hand.

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  • Yon Lambert Director of Transportation and Environmental Services, Alexandria, Va. @AlexandriaVATES

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