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“We acknowledge that costs go up over time, but at the same time it doesn’t do any of us any good to be making unwise and inefficient investments,” Moore said. Julie Moore, the secretary of the Agency of Natural Resources, wants to significantly reduce the amount the state originally planned to spend on cleanup efforts over the next several years.”Julie Moore, the secretary of the Agency of Natural Resources, on her plan to significantly reduce the amount the state originally planned to spend on phosphorus cleanup efforts for Lake Champlain over the next several years.
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