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1998 Press Releases

  • 98-53 New York City Water Supply Still Below Normal - Water Conservation Continues To Be Encouraged (12/14/98)
  • 98-51 New York City Water Supply Below Normal - Water Conservation Encouraged (12/4/98)
  • 98-50 Preferred Site for Proposed Croton Water Filtration Facilities Announced (12/1/98)
  • 98-48 DEP and DOH Officials Issue Drinking Water Information (10/23/98)
  • 98-47 DEP Celebrates Pelham Bay Landfill Remediation (10/19/98)
  • 98-45 Old King Building In Katonah Becomes New Community Center (10/14/98)
  • 98-44 DEP Refutes Criticism of Watershed Protection Efforts (10/14/98)
  • 98-43 DEP Issues 1997 Harbor Water Quality Survey Report (10/5/98)
  • 98-42 DEP Warns City Residents of Water Department Impersonators (9/25/98)
  • 98-41 Autumn Hike on Dry Brook Ridge Trail (9/21/98)
  • 98-40 Mercury in Smallmouth Bass Leads to New Fish Consumption Advisory for Rondout Reservoir (9/9/98)
  • 98-36 City to Remove Derelict and Unpermitted Boats at Reservoirs (8/17/98)
  • 98-30 City Designing Dunraven Bridge and Schoharie Roads Projects (7/24/98)
  • 98-29 Extreme Weather Prompts DEP Hydrant Safety and Flooding Advisory (7/21/98)
  • 98-27 DEP Hydrant Safety and Flooding Advisory (6/26/98)
  • 98-26 City to Install Aerators at New Croton Reservoir (6/12/98)
  • 98-23 Watershed Wetlands Booklet (6/4/98)
  • 98-22 Identifying and Protecting Wetlands In Ulster County (6/4/98)
  • 98-21 Wetlands Workshop At Mt. Pleasant (6/4/98)
  • 98-19 The Living Watershed: An Exhibit Highlighting New York City's Water Supply (6/5/98)
  • 98-18 DEP City Launches 1998 Enhanced Beach Protection Program (5/29/98)
  • 98-17 DEP Commissioner Miele Promoted To Rear Admiral In New York's Naval Militia (5/21/98)
  • 98-12 DEP Police Acquire Eight New Police Cruisers (5/13/98)
  • 98-10 Noncomplying Regulated Activities In Watershed To Be Registered With DEP (4/13/98)
  • 98-09 Unsafe Conditions Close Plum Brook Bridge (4/9/98)
  • 98-08 DEP Commissioner Meets with Students at Third Annual Watershed Youth Summit (4/4/98)
  • 98-07 City Making Progress Against Lead in Drinking Water (4/1/98)
  • 98-06 Agreement Reached on Refunds to Former Jamaica Water Supply Customers in Queens (3/19/98)
  • 98-05 Watershed Communities Contract for New Sewage Infrastructure Funded by New York City (3/19/98)
  • 98-04 City Issues Revised Fishing and Boating Regulations (3/12/98)
  • 98-03 NYCDEP Police Arrest Fugitive from Maryland (2/20/98)
  • 98-02 Silviculture Completed at Titicus Reservoir (1/28/98)

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