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1999 Press Releases

  • 99-95 New York City Signs Purchase Contracts For Lands Near Kensico and New Croton Reservoirs (12/22/99)
  • 99-93 Wetland Reports Released (12/17/99)
  • 99-87 Brewster And New York City Sign Agreement For Expanded Wastewater Treatment (10/28/99)
  • 99-85 Hunters Still Need Vehicle Access Permits At Cannonsville Reservoir (10/22/99)
  • 99-83 New York City Opens New Land To Hunting (10/4/99)
  • 99-81 New York City To Issue Hunting Permits For Newly Accessible Water Supply Lands (9/27/99)
  • 99-80 Outstanding Wastewater Treatment Award Presented To New York City's Port Jervis Plant (9/24/99)
  • 99-73 Putnam County Buys New Senior Citizens Bus With New York City Good Neighbor Funds (8/20/99)
  • 99-71 New York City & Greene County Cooperate On Batavia Kill Stabilization Projects (8/16/99)
  • 99-63 New York City And Delaware County Make First Acquisition Under Flood Buyout Program (7/27/99)
  • 99-62 City Recommends Water Conservation (7/23/99)
  • 99-58 Site For Croton Water Filtration Facilities Approved (7/21/99)
  • 99-56 DEP Hydrant Safety Advisory #5 (7/15/99)
  • 99-55 DEP Gives Progress Report On Implementation Of The Watershed Memorandum Of Agreement (7/14/99)
  • 99-53 New York City Grant Will Help Delaware County Upgrade Tax Maps (7/8/99)
  • 99-51 DEP Hydrant Safety Advisory #4 (7/6/99)
  • 99-50 DEP Hydrant Safety Advisory #3 (7/2/99)
  • 99-49 DEP Celebrates Beach Protection Enhancements On City Island With a Pre-4th Of July Beach Party (6/30/99)
  • 99-47 DEP Hydrant Safety Advisory #2 (6/28/99)
  • 99-45 Students In Watershed Conservation Corps Help River Restoration In The Catskills (6/23/99)
  • 99-43 Parking Restrictions At Ashokan Reservoir (6/18/99)
  • 99-42 Mercury In Smallmouth Bass Leads To New Fish Advisory For Ashokan Reservoir (6/18/99)
  • 99-39 DEP Hydrant Safety Advisory (6/8/99)
  • 99-37 New York City Celebrates National Trails Day By Opening New Watershed Lands To Hiking (6/3/99)
  • 99-34 City Steps Up Beach Protection Program For Summer 1999, Announces Opening of New City Island Sewer Main (5/26/99)
  • 99-33 DEP Issues 1998 Harbor Water Quality Survey Report (5/19/99)
  • 99-28 City Activates Gowanus Canal Flushing Tunnel (4/30/99)
  • 99-20 DEP Police Report Tree Cutting Scam (4/2/99)
  • 99-19 City Makes Improvements to Pennsylvania and Fountain Avenue Landfills (4/2/99)
  • 99-15 Our Water: From Watershed To Central Park (3/26/99)
  • 99-14 City Installs Barriers At Pennsylvania Fountain Landfill (3/26/99)
  • 99-12 City Starts Construction of Anti-Pollution Facilities at Kensico Reservoir (3/18/99)
  • 99-09 New Signs In The New York City Watershed (3/11/99)
  • Citizens Advisory (3/5/99)
  • Citizens Advisory (2/26/99)
  • 99-07 New York City Appoints New Watershed Enforcement Coordinator and Director of DEP Police (2/19/99)
  • 99-06 New York City Issues Preliminary Report on Recreational Use of Water Supply Lands (2/18/99)
  • 99-05 Meetings On Studies Of Filtration Plans For Catskill And Delaware Water Supplies (2/17/99)
  • 99-04 Stream Restoration Workshop (2/9/99)
  • 99-03 Rain and Snow Raises Levels at City Reservoirs (1/26/99)
  • 99-02 New York City Purchases "Meadows" Property In Kent (1/27/99)
  • 99-01 New York City'S Water Quality Remains High (1/14/99)
  • NYPD Press Release: Mayor Announces Reward for Information About the Death of DEP Employee (1/23/99)

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