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The Dalles Approve Controversial Deal With Google

(Dalles, OR) -- The Dalles City Council approved a 28-and-a-half-million-dollar agreement with Google that will allow the tech giant to build two new data centers in the city. The deal comes with controversy as it gives Google the rights to groundwater in the area to use for their facilities. The amount of water used to cool the data centers has not been disclosed.

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