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July 17, 2019
PORTLAND (AP) — The city of Portland is being sued over its plan to use up to $12 million from a surcharge on customers' sewer bills to help pay to plan the Portland Harbor Superfund cleanup.
Oregon Public Broadcasting reports it's the second lawsuit challenging the use of funds collected by the city's sewer utility, the Bureau of Environmental Services, to pay for the city's share of the Superfund work.
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