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Phoenix prepared for pricey fix to water problem
Time Warner Cable News (10/22)
After years of complaints about murky water, officials in Phoenix, N.Y., unanimously voted to contract out to another water source for drinking water. The village may end up getting its water from Lake Ontario.
Zoning appeal filed over Erie bayfront walkway
Erie Times-News (10/22)
A waterfront access advocate has filed a formal appeal with the Erie, Pa., zoning office, contending that 1,100 feet of new public walkway along the former GAF Materials Corp. property on Lake Erie does not comply with city zoning laws.
Stormwater forum brings out North Shore, Ill. residents
Interested Illinois residents, many of whom have dealt with stormwater issues personally, packed an auditorium to hear from several local stormwater experts on ways to manage storm water and protect Lake Michigan.
St. Lawrence County lawmakers support plan to regulate St. Lawrence River water flow, levels
North Country Now (10/21)
The operations committee in St. Lawrence County, N.Y., is supporting a proposed water plan that would regulate flows and levels on the St. Lawrence River.
Seventh Freshwater Summit on tap
Traverse City Record-Eagle (10/15)
Jon Allan, the director for Michigan's Office of the Great Lakes, is expected to deliver a keynote address on water strategy at the upcoming Freshwater Summit in Traverse City, Mich.
This Illinois town has more Asian carp than any place else on earth
WGN-TV - Chivago (10/13)
The state of Illinois' response to the Asian carp threat has involved everything from electric barriers in rivers, to removal by commercial fishermen, to investments in creating new markets for this invasive species. But Asian carp are more abundant in Havana, IL than any place else on earth.