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Work on the $5.7 million expansion of the Southern Outer Banks water treatment plant, shown here in November, is expected to be complete in March. The upgrade will boost treatment capacity at the water plant in Corolla and connect previously separate systems.

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Work on the $5.7 million expansion of the Southern Outer Banks water treatment plant, shown here in November, is expected to be complete in March. The upgrade will boost treatment capacity at the water plant in Corolla and connect previously separate systems.

Major OBX projects eyed for completion in 2014

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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Two multi-million dollar projects designed to solve two major problems — salty-tasting water and flooding — on the Currituck Outer Banks may be completed in 2014.

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