Conservation News Digest 10/24/07

Stories from around the state related to conservation issues.


October 24, 2007

City OKs transit fare increase – Birmingham News 10/24/07

Utilities board agrees to buy sewer plant, hire sewer system manager – 10/24/07

Prichard officials pick up trash – Mobile Press-Register 10/24/07


Red tide affects Alabama oysters – Mobile Press-Register 10/24/07

A promising ‘baby step’ – Mobile Press-Register 10/24/07

Water rate increases explained at hearing – Huntsville Times 10/24/07

Enjoying the Refuge life – Decatur Daily 10/24/07

Wild South cleans sacred Indian area used for dumping – Decatur Daily 10/24/07

Citizens voice concern about fertilizer spread – Florence Times Daily 10/24/07

Water dispute is just beginning – Tuscaloosa News 10/24/07

Water board OKs rate increase – Gadsden Times 10/24/07

Streamlining garbage collection – Daily Sentinel 10/24/07

Transit system coming – Troy Messenger 10/24/07

City told park violates law – Clay News 10/24/07


October 23, 2007

EPA: Landfill soil not toxic – Brewton Standard 10/23/07

Perdue calls for 10 percent cut in water use – Atlanta Journal-Constitution 10/23/07

Georgia’s failure to plan affects east Alabama – Demopolis Times 10/23/07


Older

An inconvenient truth – Clanton Advertiser 10/19/07

Municipalities looking for ways to save water – The Post 10/15/07

What does sewerage mean to you? – Athens News Courier 9/29/07

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