Great Bay waterkeeper condemns cities’ call for more research

Kyle Stucker, SeacoastOnline

As Dover, Portsmouth and Rochester call for more research into the effect their wastewater is having on Great Bay, the estuary’s waterkeeper is urging residents to insist that the cities stop spending millions to discredit science that runs counter to their “thinly-veiled political agenda.”

Waterkeeper Melissa Paly said it’s “high time” that the three cities, which comprise the municipal advocacy group known as the Great Bay Coalition, stop concocting “false narratives” in order to avoid new, stricter regulations on wastewater nitrogen.

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