DALLAS - Bossier City, La., will provide sufficient water treatment capacity for the next two decades with a major project financed by the city's upcoming sale of $125 million of utilities revenue bonds.

The city in northwest Louisiana, located across the Red River from Shreveport, will use the bond proceeds to build a new sewage treatment plant with a capacity of 25 million gallons per day and to upgrade the existing treatment plant, which has a capacity of 20 million gallons per day.

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