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More than $182,000 Committed to Restoration of the St. Lucie River

Oct. 24, 2014

~DEP partners with St. Lucie West Services District to improve stormwater system~

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection awarded St. Lucie West Services District $182,000 for stormwater treatment improvements that will ultimately reduce pollutants reaching the St. 382 more words


Minecraft stampy videos!

Hello,everyone! Today I am not continuing the Stormwater adventure map,because I want to save that for later! I want to show you some videos from Stampy’s own world! Bye!


DEP Provides $300,000 to Town of Medley for Drainage Projects

Oct. 23, 2014

~Funding will help address stormwater runoff in Miami-Dade County~

A $300,000 grant from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection allows the town of Medley to begin work on a project that will address drainage issues in Miami-Dade County. 153 more words


DEP Commits $700,000 to Fort Lauderdale for Stormwater and Flood Control

Oct. 23, 2014

~Project protects residents from flooding and reduces pollutants reaching the Atlantic~

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has committed $700,000 to the city of Fort Lauderdale for a project to enhance stormwater and flood control in the Las Olas Isles, Venice Isle and Rio Vista neighborhoods. 246 more words


Mayor Garcetti's bold drought move poses tough questions

Last week, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced some bold initiatives for the city of Los Angeles to address the ongoing drought. In brief, he’s calling for a 20 per cent reduction in use of fresh water by 2017 and more ambitiously to curtail the purchase of imported water by  50 per by 2024. 513 more words

On The Watershed

Stormwater measure picks up broad support as opponents point out flaws -- The Colorado Springs Gazette #COpolitics

From The Colorado Springs Gazette (Monica Mendoza):

The campaign on stormwater has become a David vs. Goliath match in terms of spending and visible support.

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DEP Commits $300,000 to Protect Lake Okeechobee

Oct. 21, 2014

~Stormwater-improvement project reduces pollutants reaching Lake Okeechobee~

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has committed $300,000 to the city of Moore Haven for stormwater-system improvements to reduce pollutants reaching Lake Okeechobee and the Caloosahatchee River Basin. 277 more words