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Population Boom

With San Francisco's population estimated to rise to over 1 million by the year 2032, SF Examiner is taking a hard look at what that means to the city's current and future infrastructure in a week-long series. Today's piece focuses on utilities, which appear to be mostly capable of handling the population growth with one key exception—raw sewage polluting the bay during heavy storms. [SF Examiner]