BRADENTON, Fla. — The Southeast’s largest public water and sewer system needs $1.1 billion in repairs, according to a report Miami-Dade County commissioners received Wednesday.

The repairs, which are required by an Environmental Protection Agency consent order being negotiated, are expected to be funded with a combination of revenue bonds, grants and loans.

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