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Rain2River Walk

Rain2River Walk and Boat Tour – MOUNT BAKER

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RSVP Here Join DRCC/TAG and partners on the upcoming Rain2River Walk and learn about grey and green infrastructure, sustainable practices, polluted runoff, RainWise Program, and other things you can do to keep the Duwamish River clean; all attendees will get a FREE ticket to go on a Rain2River Boat Tour at a later date. Meet… Read more.

Law Seminar International’s Clean Water and Stormwater Conference

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DRCC/TAG Policy Advisor BJ Cummings will present the community perspective on the Superfund site on the Duwamish Cleanup Panel, Monday, May 5 at 3:00 p.m. Speakers at this year’s seminar will help you understand this complex area of the law and will share practical tips to avoid traps that can lead to increased regulatory compliance costs… Read more.

South Park faces long sewer project after bridge construction

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Seattle Public Utilities plans an $8 million drainage-improvement project in South Park to double the size of the pipes along several blocks of 14th Avenue South and South Donovan Street. But the utility says it can’t start construction until mid-2014, just months after a new South Park Bridge is scheduled to open.

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Environmental Community on the Defensive With Cuts to Core Programs

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It’s budget season at the state legislature and the environmental community has its work cut out for it. Steep cuts to core environmental protections including toxic clean ups, air quality and water supply are already underway. The environmental community is committed to stemming the tide in order to sustain key programs the public expects. Green Acre Radio’s Martha Baskin has our story.

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