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'Will open over 30,000 acres': Sarpy County breaks ground on unified wastewater system

Leaders say the project will lead to development benefiting all of Nebraska and aid its fastest-growing county.

A decade-long goal, is finally underway. A new wastewater system to keep up with the growth of Sarpy County. 

"This infrastructure takes us down the path we can more fully grow out Sarpy County and really bring it up to its full potential," Congressman Don Bacon said.

Right now, the county is cut in half by a ridgeline, the North flows to the Missouri River, which is full of property. 

"That area has almost been completely developed out," Don Kelly, Wastewater Agency chairman, said.

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