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The chance to hear about Elmhurst flood mitigation efforts drew about 50 residents to City Hall Wednesday to hear city officials and consultants talk about what the city is doing and what it hopes to do in partnership with the city's school and park...
Tags: Politics, Government, Public Officials
After two decades as the director of Newport News' Waterworks utility, Brian Ramaley retired on Friday. He joined the utility in 1983 as a project manager. Ramaley, who hails from Pittsburgh but now calls the Peninsula home, talked about his tenure,...
The state plan to overhaul the hub of California's water system will cost nearly $25 billion to build and operate, according to preliminary figures released Wednesday. The proposal, backed by Gov. Jerry Brown's administration and the Obama...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsEven with recent rain, the City of Wichita is still under a drought. Friday, Ben Nelson with Wichita's Public Works and Utilities released four water conservation options that will go before city council next week. - Rebate Program: Homeowners/...
Tags: Conservation, Environmental Issues
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. —The Missouri Department of Natural Resources urges consumers to become more familiar with their local drinking water provider. The department has made it easier to do so by becoming the first in the nation to post Consumer...
Staff Writer and Digital Media News EditorMediation on how to address impacts caused by the nation’s largest farm-to-city water transfer will continue between Imperial County and the Imperial Irrigation District, officials said Wednesday, although what that mediation will produce is still...
RIVERDALE, Calif. — Last year, the federal government gave farmer Dan Errotabere half of the water it had awarded him the previous year to cultivate his 5,200 acres. But he still managed to reap a yield as much as 25% higher. "I've got to do...
SAN DIEGO — Officials in the seven states that depend on the drought-beset Colorado River expressed a cautious willingness Tuesday to join the federal government in a complex, possibly contentious effort to step up conservation. At a meeting in...
The wake-up call came at 3:15 a.m. Tuesday, but Midshipman Alberto Salabarria was ready well before then. Anticipating a grueling, thrilling, muddy day of Sea Trials at the Naval Academy, Salabarria and some of his classmates couldn't wait....
For the last four months, Des Plaines aldermen have debated a water-rate hike to match the rising purchase price from Chicago, the city's current water provider. But a new proposal could end that debate now and in the future. Aldermen narrowly...
Summer water restrictions designed to conserve the region's natural resources and keep residents safe in the event of an emergency are now in effect. Tinley Park residents are asked to conserve water in the coming months. From May 15 through Sept. 15,...
Staff WriterJust months after retiring, a former assistant district attorney was rehired by the Imperial County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to finish certain cases that the District Attorney said require “very technical” expertise. Joseph Beard...
May 30, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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May 14, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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May 14, 2013 |Story| Imperial Valley Press Online
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