An environmental audit in Indianapolis has uncovered several problems Mayor Stephen Goldsmith estimates could cost "hundreds of millions of dollars" to fix, according to his spokewoman.

Dollyne Pettingill, the mayor's spokeswoman, said city departments are reviewing the audit as part of an ongoing process to determine the extent of the city's environmental troubles.

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