In an about-faced, Massachusetts Gov. William F. Weld now says he would take the reins of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority if recently introduced legislation to that effect is passed by the Assembly, according to his spokesman.

When a Massachusetts state lawmaker suggested that Weld take control of the MWRA just two months ago, the governor was said to have bristled at the thought.

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