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CITY HALL — Everything from water to trash pickup will likely be more expensive after the City Council on Tuesday tentatively approved raising rates to help meet increased costs. The fee hikes must still come back June 22 for a final vote as...
After nearly a year of back-and-forth between Realtors and city officials, an ordinance requiring all buildings to be retrofitted with water-saving fixtures upon resale narrowly passed this week. The ordinance — approved 3 to 1 on Tuesday with...
As chairman of the Florida House Subcommittee on Agriculture & Natural Resources Appropriations, I have traveled the state listening to concerns and bringing awareness to one of the most important elements of Florida's future — water supply. Our...
Tribune reporterIn Illinois counties with large Amish communities, a $50-a-year buggy license plate tax pays for repairs caused by horse hooves and buggy wheels cutting into roads' soft tar surfaces. Kelly Murray is trying to imagine how those same communities...
Driftwood Middle School in Hollywood was recently named a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School. The school was one of 64 recognized nationwide for its efforts in reducing its environmental footprint, improving the health of students and...
Glendale officials have proposed budgeting $57 million next fiscal year for capital improvement projects, including park, street and utility improvements, adding to what City Manager Scott Ochoa this week said was "a lot of good stuff" coming in the...
New Brighton, MN - Pentair recently unveiled its new Hypro 9208 Series, which is designed to meet today's liquid fertilizing and water transfer needs, as well as the 9308 Series, engineered for high volume spraying of corrosive chemicals in hydrostatic...
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Timely rainfall is more critical than normal this growing season. Only the northeast corner of South Dakota has been removed from the drought designation (U.S. Drought Monitor), though it is still abnormally dry. Only 28% of subsoil moisture in the...
Tags: Droughts, Arable Farming, Natural Disasters
Needed upgrades to the Doland drinking water system have led to the loss of the town's historic water tower. Doland's original water tower was built in 1917, but was badly rusted and needed to be replaced, said Kam DesLauriers, the town's finance...
Tags: Arts, Water, Painting, Environmental Issues, Arts and Culture
Customers of Baltimore's water system would see their water bills go up 15 percent — more than expected — under a proposal the Department of Public Works announced Monday. The projected rate hike follows years of increases and will bring a...
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Families whose children have been among dozens sickened in an Ohio cancer cluster for more than a decade are hopeful that they've come up with a cause. Environmental testing paid for by the families found a suspected cancer-...
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,...
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