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Durango: Councilors hope to get $68 million wastewater funding issue on fall ballot

From The Durango Herald (Mary Shinn):

Durango city councilors plan to finalize ballot language Tuesday that will ask voters in November to approve spending $68 million on moving the sewer plant, but councilors haven’t decided where to put it, and voters likely will not know, either.

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Water-related Items in Virginia Governor’s Office News Releases for August 2015: Fort Monroe Deed Transfer; Loans for Tazewell County July 2015 Flood Damages; Community Development Block Grants; and Coalfield Economic Development Partnership for Increasing Mining-related Exports.

Following are titles and short excerpts from four Virginia Governor’s Office news releases in August 2015, which relate to water resources or to other natural resource uses (like land use) with significant potential to affect water.  584 more words

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Warning signs removed after Ala Moana wastewater spill

The state is removing the warning signs installed after the wastewater discharge on Ala Moana Boulevard.

On Monday, August 24, 2015, the area between Point Panic at Kakaako Waterfront Park to Kapahulu Groin in Waikiki was closed because of a sewage spill along Ala Moana Boulevard that was estimated to be 500,000 gallons. 132 more words

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4th Congressional Hearing Planned On Colorado Mine Blowout

DENVER (AP) — A fourth congressional hearing is planned on the release of tainted wastewater from a Colorado gold mine that affected three states.

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee announced Friday it plans a hearing on Sept. 103 more words

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What's in place to prevent another sewage spill?

With more rain in the forecast and two cyclones heading in our direction, what’s in place to prevent more sewage spills?

To find out, Always Investigating went right to the source at the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment facility. 637 more words

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Sandy Beach reopens after large wastewater spill

Sandy Beach has reopened after being closed a couple of days due to a nearly one-million gallon wastewater spill.

Water quality samples taken Wednesday and Thursday showed an absence of the un-disinfected wastewater discharged from the East Honolulu Wastewater Treatment Plant. 165 more words

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Stay out of waters of Puu Poa Marsh on Kauai after wastewater discharge

On Kauai, the public is advised to stay out of the waters of Puu Poa Marsh and the coastal waters that from the marsh.

The State Department of Heath’s Clean Water Branch was notified of a wastewater discharge from the Princeville Resort lift station. 44 more words

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