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The importance of rivers for cities and towns

Let’s start with the basics. What is a river? It is a body of water with current moving in one general direction. It varies in size, with smaller versions of rivers being referred to as streams, creeks, or run. 604 more words


Dissolved Oxygen at the Head of Church Creek for 20 days June to July

These are the monitoring results from Church¬†Creek, a sub-watershed in the South River watershed, early in the season — before it gets bad.

Provided by a continuous monitor (“Connie” the con-mon) at the head of the tidal portion of the creek maintained by Dr. 121 more words


Enviros Seeking to Overturn 30 Years Practice in City-County Development Permits BEWARE

Keep in mind the figure “$5 million” — that’s likely to be the right ballpark for a total legal costs budget for groups seeking a TOTAL DEVELOPMENT MORATORIUM (at least for more than three weeks!) plus NEW LAW, seeking to give Anne Arundel County control over all development permitting in the city of Annapolis. 1,040 more words


Unique Water Resource Management in the Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest is known for an abundance of natural resources- including timber, seafood, and yes, water. Of these natural resources, water is managed in a progressive manner that can help developing areas better manage their resources.  747 more words