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Upstate Reservoirs, Streams and Creeks are Open for Fishing

Anglers are Encouraged to Take Advantage of Expanded Recreation Access...
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Cost-Effective Green Infrastructure Performed Even Better than Expected
Reduced the Runoff Entering Neighborhood Sewers by More Than 20 percent…

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$210 Million Upgrade of Historic Pump Station in Gravesend, Brooklyn 

Sewer Overflows into Coney Island Creek Reduced by nearly 90%…
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Water for the Future: Upstate Water Supply Resiliency Project
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection is pleased to announce the availability of the Draft Scope of Work for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Water for the Future: Upstate Water Supply Resiliency.
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Lowest Water Rate Increase in Nine Years Approved by New York City Water Board

The New York City Water Board today voted to approve the Department of Environmental Protection’s proposed 3.35 percent increase in the Fiscal Year 2015 (FY15) water rate. The approved rate for FY15 represents the lowest increase in nine years and is less than half the published projection of 7.8 percent.

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