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2002 Press Releases

  • 02-51 New York City DEP Asks Your Cooperation In Program To Protect New York City Water Supply System Against Pollution, Crime And Terrorism (12/18/02)
  • 02-50 DEP Announces Successful Pilot Bow Hunting Season. Future Expansion of Program Under Review (12/16/02)
  • 02-46 Land Acquisition Progress Report Issued by DEP (10/31/02)
  • 02-43 Application Period For Bow Hunting On Watershed Lands Closes (9/27/02)
  • 02-42 DEP Makes Trees Available To New York City Schools For Memorial Plantings (9/17/02)
  • 02-41 DEP Starts Last Two Stormwater Projects In The Richmond Creek Bluebelt Drainage System (9/6/02)
  • 02-40 Discolored Water In Areas Of Bronx And Manhattan (9/5/02)
  • 02-38 Ground-Breaking Ceremony For New DEP Police Building At Beerston (8/13/02)
  • 02-37 Edward J. Welch Sworn In As Director Of DEP Police (8/13/02)
  • 02-36 New York City Acquires Land Near Cannonsville Reservoir (8/12/02)
  • 02-35 New York City to Open Watershed Lands for Deer Hunting and Establish Pilot Bow-Hunting Season; Permits Required (8/12/02)
  • 02-31 DEP Issues Reminder On Public Access Permits (8/2/02)
  • 02-29 Exterior Building Cleanup Moves Ahead In Lower Manhattan (7/29/02)
  • 02-28 City To Hold Rowboat Auction (7/29/02)
  • 02-27 Drought Continues, Water Conservation Urged (7/17/02)
  • 02-26 New York City Meets Federal Safety Regulations For Lead In Drinking Water (7/19/02)
  • 02-25 DEP Recommends Steps For Homeowners to Ensure Proper Identification of Employees (7/16/02)
  • 02-23 DEP Issues Hydrant Safety Advisory (6/27/02)
  • 02-21 Despite Spring Rains The Drought Continues (6/4/02)
  • 02-20 Jack & Jill Have Triplets At 55 Water Street - Peregrine Falcons Can Be Seen On The Internet (5/23/02)
  • 02-19 EPA Proposes To Continue Grant Of Filtration Avoidance For New York City's Catskill/Delaware Water Supply (5/23/02)
  • 02-18 New York City Watershed Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program Enrolls 1000 Acres Of Stream Buffers To Protect Drinking Water Quality (5/9/02)
  • 02-15 DEP Celebrates Water Week May 4 - May 11, 2002 (5/3/02)
  • 02-12 DEP Issues Hydrant Safety Alert (4/17/02)
  • 02-10b Warm Weather Is Here! DEP Issues Save-water Alert (4/15/02)
  • 02-10 City Seeks Cooperation from New Yorkers to Observe Drought Emergency Stage 1 Water Use Restrictions (4/1/02)
  • 02-08 City Plans to Reopen Reservoirs for Fishing (3/22/02)
  • 02-06 Drought Warning Declared For New York City Water Supply (1/28/02)
  • 02-05 DEP Completes Phase I of Delaware Aqueduct Inspection (1/24/02)
  • 02-04 City Introduces New Public Access Permit System For Recreational Use On Water Supply Lands (1/18/02)
  • 02-03 DEP Starts Temporary Waterfowl Management Program At Croton Falls Reservoir (1/11/02)
  • 02-02 New York City Submits Five-Year Plan And Filtration Avoidance Application To U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1/14/02)
  • 02-01 City To Reopen Roadway Over The Kensico Dam To Passenger Vehicles (1/4/02)

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