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Issues with sewer system delay Plumsted redevelop...
PLUMSTED — An amendment to the New Egypt Redevelopment Plan that was recently approved by the Township Committee seeks to ensure that homes will be built on a specific parcel even if a major element...
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Former GM factory in Salina finds new life as ind...
Salina, N.Y. — Twenty-one years after General Motors shocked the Syracuse area by closing its Inland Fisher Guide plant and laying off 1,300 people, the former auto parts factory is providing jobs for...
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U.S. EPA awards $8.6 million to reduce Lake Erie ...
U.S. EPA awards $8.6 million to reduce Lake Erie algae TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Three states will receive a combined $8.6 million in federal grants to reduce phosphorus runoff blamed for the kind of...
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Kerikeri faces big rates rises to upgrade sewerag...
Kerikeri which is served by the existing sewerage scheme (in blue), and the expansion (orange) envisaged under the upgrade proposal. Kerikeri households and businesses could see hefty rates rises in...
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News of our Past: Chico area must get rid of sept...
State upholds Chico area sewer mandate The state Water Resources Control Board finalized its decision Thursday, mandating compulsory sewer hook-ups for more than 30,000 Chico urban area residents by...
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Jones make a bid for council seat
Paradise Town Councilwoman Jody Jones has had about eight months to get up to speed on the inner workings of the council. She was appointed to the spot in February, replacing Tim Titus, who moved to...
Read more at Paradise Post
County launches lottery for septic system pilot p...
Town engineer John Cronin at a recent budget meeting warned town officials back in April that aged septic systems on the Island needed upgrading to protect water quality. A county wide lottery for...
Read more at The Shelter Island Reporter
Testifiers: Planned rules for cesspools would be ...
The new rules, if accepted by the governor, would require cesspools to be converted to
within 180 days of the sale or ownership transfer of residential properties. Property owners on Maui...
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Sudbury Ward 5 profile: Richard Larcher
My name is Richard Larcher and I have been a lifelong resident of Ward 5. I am running for councillor for many reasons, but I will only discuss three in this short essay. Firstly, I feel this ward...
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Fairy Meadow pub first to get TV
TIMELESS WOLLONGONG: Wollongong has a fascinating history and, each week, the Advertiser brings you a story from its rich past Doris Oxenbridge at the counter of the Hotel Charles’ first bottle shop...
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Simplified rules over septic tanks welcomed
PLANS to simplify the rules and regulations around
have been welcomed by rural businesses. The change in the rules follows calls from the Country Landowners Association, which represents...
Read more at This is West Country
Tomatoes pictured growing in human excrement flus...
Tomatoes pictured growing in human excrement flushed onto railway track by train toilet Tomatoes pictured growing in human excrement on lines in Rochford, Essex RMT union calls on the Government to...
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Researchers assess risks to wildlife and ecosyste...
A University of York researcher has edited a special edition of a Royal Society publication examining the potential risks and impacts of pharmaceuticals in the environment on wildlife and...
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Lorain Council weighs citywide snow parking ban
LORAIN — A citywide parking ban during snowstorms is being considered by City Council members. Council’s Streets & Utilities Committee on Monday recommended the ban to full Council, which could vote...
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Underground caves: Better water supply in karst a...
Under the IWRM Indonesia joint project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), hydraulic engineering experts of KIT built an underground cave power station. For the first...
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Federal Ministry of Education
How Paul Gagliardo taps the 'next big thing' at A...
Who would predict that an environmentally conscious hippie would become a prominent name at America’s largest publicly traded water utility (or a self-proclaimed alien, for that matter)? Yet those who...
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W. Mich. group gets grant to clean up Plaster Cre...
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A West Michigan group is getting a $1 million state grant to help clean up Plaster Creek. The Plaster Creek Stewards, made up of Calvin College students,...
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WWMT 3 Kalamazoo
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Ministry monitoring chikungunya
THE MINISTRY of Health has assured the public that it is continuing to closely monitor the outbreak of chikungunya in Barbados through its surveillance system, which includes submission of information...
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Caribbean Public Health Agency
Flat Rock playground closer to reality
They approved a conceptual playground master plan submitted by a committee of local moms and dads, and authorized a grant application that would commit the village to spending up to $250,000 in...
Read more at The Hendersonville Times-News
Troy Senik: Follow your passion, but know when to...
America’s most important pop philosopher – at least as measured in terms of his potential impact – is a guy who once cleaned
on national television. Decide for yourself if that says more...
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