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Lower Ark board meeting recap

From The La Junta Tribune-Democrat (Bette McFarren):

Peter Nichols, an attorney for the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District, at the agency’s meeting Wednesday, updated the board on the long-standing controversy with Colorado Springs concerning water quality in Fountain Creek…

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Flood, fire preparations could save U.S. billions of dollars -- @CUBoulderNews #ActOnClimate

Here’s the release from the University of Colorado (Daniel Strain):

Communities that act now to protect themselves from future hazards like earthquakes, hurricanes, floods and wildfires can save themselves as much as $11 for every $1 that they initially invest, according to…

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Free Webinar - Stormwater Goes Green: The Benefit and Health of Trees in Green Stormwater Infrastructure

This webinar sponsored by Deep Root, will be presented by Post Doctoral Researcher Andrew Tirpak, from the University of Tennessee Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering on January 29th 2019. 130 more words

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Officials Meet over Stormwater Fee Outcry

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — After meetings, phone calls, and emails, the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority wants the public to know their voices are being heard. 243 more words

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Taking Action Against a Stormwater Fee in Luzerne County

JACKSON TOWNSHIP, Pa. —  People packed the Jackson Township Fire Hall Thursday night to express their frustrations with a new fee.

The runoff fee of about $5 a month for the average home is part of the sewer bill from the Wyoming Valley sanitary authority. 112 more words

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Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority Stormwater Fee Sparks Controversy

WYOMING, Pa. — Thousands of homeowners in Luzerne County opened their sewer bills this week, and many saw red.

The higher bill came in the form of a new fee that caught some homeowners and business owners off guard. 508 more words

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Winter Water Quality Tips -- @GreeleyGov

From the City of Greeley:

Winter in Colorado marks an exciting time of year. It means skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, snowshoeing, and ice fishing. But winter can also mean dangerous driving conditions.

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