STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Trial runs for the dreaded L train shutdown in N.Y.C. … job losses in Trump counties … and Maine is not prepared as tick-borne diseases spread north.
A lawyer with the Natural Resources Defense Council said the GOP-backed legislation threatens to “neuter the rights of all 50 states to protect their rivers, streams and coastal waters.”
U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster’s draft bill includes gasoline and diesel tax hikes.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | San Diego’s new Airbnb rules … a bizarre resignation in Oklahoma … and Denver’s big renewable energy pledge.
The Supreme Court last week seemed to suggest that in water disputes between states, the health of an aquatic ecosystem can be considered alongside drinking-water and farming concerns.
Up to 1 million Californians lack access to clean, safe drinking water at some point during the year. Data scientists believe they are part of the solution.
Still Rebuilding After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Hopes to Spur Critical Infrastructure Investment
Officials have outlined an ambitious set of P3 projects supporting electrical and water resilience, as well as economic development.
New research takes a look at workforce opportunities and gaps tied to U.S. water infrastructure.
The increased amount of impervious surfaces surrounding the watershed makes the area more susceptible to runoff, which contributes to the severity of flood impacts, though hydrologists have said development is not solely to blame.
The draft legislation covers programs that help fund water infrastructure, and that provide payments to rural counties.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Dallas looks to reform “generous” bulk trash rules … Tenn. vice mayor charged in food stamp conspiracy … and a Maine town warns of caterpillar hazard.
“One thing that was really evident: Even people who are following closely are not totally aware of the flood risks that we have in the [San Francisco] Bay Area.”
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Virginia on path to expand Medicaid ... another jail torture lawsuit in Utah … Georgia governor talks up Atlanta’s Amazon HQ2 bid.
Unlucky topography and an intense rainstorm creates a major disaster in Ellicott City for the second times in nearly two years.
An Iowa mayor and a D.C. city official reflect on flooding and other "resiliency" issues affecting their towns.
A House committee passed its Water Resources Development Act legislation unanimously on Wednesday.
Provisions involving the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act have drawn backlash from some utility groups.
Water and sewer utility provisions found in the Senate version of the legislation aren't included in the House draft.
A warm winter and weak snowpack suggests that this “is the kind of drought we will have to deal with in the future.”
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