Sen. Matt Caslten, an Owensboro Republican, has been appointed to the state's Public Water and Wastewater System Infrastructure Task Force.

The group will meet between now and the start of the 2020 legislative session in January. The group will study ways to "identify the best policy options to increase sustainability and improve the overall capacity of Kentucky's present community water systems," according to a Legislative Research Agency press release says.

The task force is scheduled to submit its findings and strategies by Nov. 29.

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