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Help the Stormwater Flow

Residents across Manhattan reported anywhere from 4 to 7 inches of rain Monday night, with much of that falling in a relatively short period of time. 240 more words

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Kentucky Division of Water issues Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System permit for Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

On May 1, 2015, the Kentucky Division of Water issued the Kentucky Pollution Discharge Elimination System (KPDES) individual Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit for the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government.  163 more words

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Water Professionals, you can't live without them.

This week’s blog is written by Marilyn Hall, Water Conservation Coordinator for Athens-Clarke County, GA 

We all need clean water to survive, and we wouldn’t have clean water without our water professionals.   608 more words

Stormwater Solutions: Maintenance for Underground Stormwater Systems

Weather conditions can often be very burdensome on stormwater facilities for a variety of reasons. First, if regular maintenance is neglected, it can result in stormwater system damages, as well as trash, debris, and sediment accumulation. 61 more words

Robust Stormwater BMP Solutions Help Minimize Public Health Risks

As snow continues to melt in different parts of the United States, the chances of flooding increase. This possibility is especially applicable to low-lying areas that are expected to see additional rain over the course of the next few weeks. 69 more words

The Town of Vail is embarking on a stormwater study to improve stream health in Gore Creek

From the Vail Daily (Scott N. Miller):

When tackling a big job, success often depends on good information. Cleaning up Gore Creek is one of those big jobs, and people in charge of that task are still working to find out exactly what they’re facing.

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Work Parties Move Earth for Water

Volunteer and come to a work party at community sites on Sunday, May 3.

La Mesa Garden Park summer gathering

Cherry sage at La Mesa Garden Park… 286 more words