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  1. How much does Michigan pay to manage water? 'No one has a clue'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MLive.com

    Michigan is considering a multi-decade policy roadmap for managing its substantial water resources in a way that marries the state's economic and ecological goals. Jon Allan, the office director, has been crisscrossing the state this summer pitching the strategy draft, which is built around goals like restoring aquatic ecosystems, creating vibrant waterfronts, supporting water recreation, investing in infrastructure and building governance tools to support stewardship.

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  2. Oregon soldiers arrive at wildfire near John DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Gazette

    National Guard soldiers newly trained as firefighters have started arriving at fire camp in Eastern Oregon to help mop up a blaze that destroyed more than three dozen homes and burned through more than 115 square miles. Fire spokeswoman Stefanie Gatchell said about 100 National Guard troops will be briefed Wednesday, then put to work putting out hotspots, mopping up, and rehabilitating the old fire line of the blaze, located mostly on the Malheur National Forest south of John Day.

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  3. Hypoallergenic parks: Coming soon?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EurekAlert!

    IMAGE: These are cypresses in the historical neighborhood Albayzin, in Granada. You can see how symbolic these trees are to the region.

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  4. Concerned Pastors planning water filter giveaway in FlintRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | MLive.com

    The president of the Concerned Pastors for Social Action says his group will coordinate a water filter giveaway for 1,500 Flint residents. The Rev.

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  5. How much does Michigan pay to manage water? 'No one has a clue'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | MLive.com

    Michigan is considering a multi-decade policy roadmap for managing its substantial water resources in a way that marries the state's economic and ecological goals. Jon Allan, the office director, has been crisscrossing the state this summer pitching the strategy draft, which is built around goals like restoring aquatic ecosystems, creating vibrant waterfronts, supporting water recreation, investing in infrastructure and building governance tools to support stewardship.

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  6. Request denied for boathouse, hoist on Lakeville LakeRead the original story

    Wednesday | Oxford Leader

    In the third meeting to discuss Lakeville Lake resident Jonathan Dreffs' proposal for a special land use to build a covered boathouse, at his residence at 595 Army Road, the Addison Township Planning Commission finally reached a verdict. After deciding the eight criteria needed to grant the special land use had not been met, the commission voted unanimously to deny Dreffs request Aug. 11. As one of the points of criteria, the commission agreed that "not all possibilities for dock access to the lake with dredging have been exhausted and whereas, reasonable access to the lake is possible as indicated ."

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  7. Smoke, air quality delays construction work in Ada CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KXLY-TV Spokane

    TV reports that the Ada County Highway District says it stopped a chip sealing operation in the county once air quality dropped into the "Unhealthy for Everyone" category.

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  8. VWO, AIRR: Big ETF OutflowsRead the original story

    Wednesday | MarketNewsVideo

    Looking at units outstanding versus one week prior within the universe of ETFs covered at ETF Channel, the biggest outflow was seen in the Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF , where 19,999,477 units were destroyed, or a 1.7% decrease week over week. Among the largest underlying components of VWO, in morning trading today Mobile TeleSystems is up about 0.9%.

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  9. Clarksville gets more time for Cove ProjectRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | SoVaNow.com

    The Halifax County Service Authority on Thursday seated two new board members - Bill Snead, who succeeds outgoing director Coleman Speece, and Gray Ramsey, who takes over for Jim Debiec. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has agreed to renew the permits for the Cove Project, giving the Town of Clarksville three more years to seek funding for the plan, Town Manager Jeff Jones told Council at Tuesday's meeting.

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  10. TCEQ contested case hearing for construction of electrical power...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | North Texas e-News

    TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY NOTICE OF HEARING NAVASOTA NORTH COUNTRY PEAKERS OPERATING COMPANY I, LLC SOAH Docket No. 582-15-4946 TCEQ Docket No.

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  11. ProMed Waste Solutions adds new managerRead the original story

    Tuesday | Recycling Today

    ProMed Waste Solutions LLC , St. Petersburg, Florida, has hired Travis Deering as its general manager of operations. In the new role Deering will oversee operations in the state of Florida for the medical waste management company.

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  12. See the alert...Read the original story

    Tuesday | Window on the Clearwater

    Air quality currently ranges from the 'Moderate' to 'Very Unhealthy' category and is forecast to remain that way over the next several days in many locations impacted by wildfire smoke in North Central Idaho. For more information please access the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality web site at .

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  13. EY and Los Alamos National Laboratory Make New Cybersecurity Tools Available to the Private SectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Information Technology

    "Cybersecurity attacks are ever more frequent and more sophisticated, and they destroy the trust needed to conduct business," said Duncan McBranch, Chief Technology Officer at Los Alamos National Laboratory. "Every organization must improve its ability to detect and stop attacks as they occur, and before secure data is compromised.

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  14. Asphalt waste makes way into Ashland CreekRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Ashland Daily Tidings

    The Ashland Police Department has issued a stop work order to Esselstrom Construction after asphalt waste from a driveway paving job at Ashland Christian Fellowship at 50 West Hersey Street went into a storm drain Monday and into Ashland Creek about 20 yards away. The spill traveled about a mile and apparently killed no fish, said Geoff Brown, Department of Environmental Quality team leader for this event, in Eugene.

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  15. DEQ to lay out plans to clean up contaminated Sherwood dumping site - Tuesday, 25 August 2015 17:08Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Newberg Graphic

    The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality will hold a meeting on Thursday on its proposed cleanup options for the contaminated Ken Foster Farm site in Sherwood.

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  16. Gold King Mine Spill Has Not Adversely Affected Our WatersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Tribune-News

    The Gold King Mine spill that occurred Aug. 5 near Silverton, Colo., has not adversely affected Arizona waters. The waste water spill reportedly occurred when workers from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Environmental Restoration, LLC, a Missouri-based company under contract with EPA to mitigate pollutants from the mine, were trying to add a tap to the mine's tailing pond.

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  17. False accusations that amusement park plans to dump raw sewage into watershedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | WXMI-TV Grand Rapids

    There's rising concern as well as some misinformation surrounding the sewage plan for the popular West Michigan amusement park Michigan's Adventure. The amusement park is reauthorizing its permit for its on-site waste water treatment, but some residents are confused why the park does not hook up to the Muskegon County Sewer System.

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  18. TriMet spewed pollution with irresponsible fireworks displayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | The Oregonian

    When I first walked out of my Southeast Portland home on Saturday and a thick haze of smoke burned my eyes and throat, I thought it was just me. Breast cancer treatment has left me feeling like a canary in a coal mine.

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  19. Here are 10 complaints about Muskegon County drain assessments and answers: guest columnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | MLive.com

    The annual "Day of Review" for drain district assessments is emotionally charged. In the last 12 months, we have received hundreds of calls, emails, and visits from individuals; many of them with the same concerns.

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  20. Remedy sought after - employees screwed up'Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Southwest Times

    Almost a year after a Pulaski town employee captured video evidence of a town vehicle dumping a load of sewage into a landfill on Draper Mountain, the town is working to pull itself out of the muck. A notice of violation has been posted and the situation is currently under active enforcement, according to enforcement specialist Jerry Ford with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality .

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