BRADENTON, Fla. — Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s new Water Supply Task Force began mapping a strategy on Monday for the use of $300 million of bonds to help finance critical drinking facilities in the state.

The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority is heading up the task force that will review different kinds of technology for which the funding can be spent, according to GEFA spokesman Shane Hix.

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