Covering the Water and Sewerage Industries
The money will help provide a water main extension to provide for more reliable and increased water pressure, along with road improvements.
Mackinac Island's grant is part of $81.2 million in state funding as a part of the MI Clean Water initiative, used to help different communities upgrade water-focused infrastructure, protect health and the environment.
For now, cranberries are growing in the shallow, as-yet still dry, basins of antique bogs spreading out on both sides of Bog Road in Marstons Mills. Soon, the harvest will begin.
The city should stay vigilant against unpredictable threats to its raw water from climate change and wildfires to ensure that remains the case.
Wyoming County Commission members moved the Brenton/Baileysville water extension project one step forward during their meeting Wednesday by dissolving both the Marianna and Brenton public service districts.
The New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board announced Wednesday that it would notify drinking water customers well in advance of any potential impacts from saltwater moving up the Mississippi River from the Gulf of Mexico, and reaffirmed that the city's water is presently safe to drink.
Lewis County will receive more than $1.3 million and Thurston County will see more than $1.8 million in grant funding as part of a state effort to improve and restore the salmon population.
The Yates County Soil and Water Conservation District has been awarded $505,770 by the state, targeted to benefit 11 farms within the Seneca Lake Watershed. This grant is a component of a $13.8 million fund allocated to 33 different projects throughout the state under the State’s Agricultural Nonpoint Source Abatement and Control Program.
Questions have been raised over the effectiveness of water compliance across the Murray-Darling Basin, including the Inspector-General’s ability to monitor and act against those taking more than their fair share.
A new contract between the City of Emporia and the Kansas Water Office earned approval from the Emporia City Commission Wednesday, ensuring a steady water supply from the Council Grove Reservoir for the next 22 years.