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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Mar 15, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Radioactive cleanup on residential properties, Worlds of Fun pollution lawsuit update, and farmers fighting environmental regulations.


Radioactive Residence

For first time, Coldwater Creek cleanup will shift to residential properties

St. Louis Post-Dispatch


Watershed Ruling

Appeals court upholds ruling on watershed work

News Tribune


Proposition 1

California water professional funding Proposition 1 signs in Hannibal

Hannibal Courier-Post


Worlds of Fun

Lawsuit settlement requires Worlds of Fun to reduce pollutants discharged into MO River and Shoal Creek

Fox 4 KC


4-YR Boil

4-year boil water order frustrates subdivision in Taney County



River Lawsuit

River lawsuit begins in federal court

News-Press Now


Double Ditch

Double Ditch funding faces erosion

Bismarck Tribune


Block Oil Barges

Lawmakers, Environmentalists look to block oil barges from anchoring on the Hudson

CBS New York


Farmers Fight

Farmers fight environmental regulations



Tribal Rights

U.S. appeals court affirms tribal groundwater rights

Circle of Blue


Flint Bottles

Flint: a day by the bottle

Popular Science

Navigable Waters?

Trump navigates ambiguous waters

Forester Network