Conservation News Digest 10/26/07

Stories from around the state related to conservation issues.

October 26, 2007

Federal officials to wade into water war – Birmingham News 10/26/07

Flights of fancy with Trey Glenn – Birmingham News 10/26/07

Ex-Jeffco sewer maintenance chief gets 5-month term – Birmingham News 10/26/07

Hamilton chair of Transit Authority – Birmingham News 10/26/07

LTE: JSU nature center a pork project – Birmingham News 10/26/07

Delta field trip boat runs aground – Mobile Press-Register 10/26/07

Local climate expert to be on Fox News – Huntsville Times 10/26/07

Fertilizer maker will change way it applies product – Huntsville Times 10/26/07

Council settles Aldridge claims – Huntsville Times 10/26/07

Residents voice opinions on proposed quarry – Huntsville Times 10/26/07

Tanner residents debate rock quarry – Decatur Daily 10/26/07

Toll roads? Maybe, but public ones – Huntsville Times 10/26/07

Riley asks for truce in water wars dispute – Associated Press 10/26/07

Autauga anti-litter committee still working on organizing – Prattville Progress 10/26/07

Rants and Raves: Marion Fish Hatchery – Montgomery Advertiser 10/26/07

City could take over sewer system – Florence Times Daily 10/26/07

A look at ADEM 25 years later – Florence Times Daily 10/26/07

Heritage area – Florence Times Daily 10/26/07

Tuscaloosa’s plan for methane use passes smell test – Tuscaloosa News 10/26/07

Learning about litter – Gadsden Times 10/26/07

Water war continues and now Georgia is seeking to get control – Dothan Eagle 10/26/07

Riley meets White House officials today to resolve Georgia dispute – Troy Messenger 10/26/07

GA Governor Perdue: Alabama’s claims murky at best – Atlanta Journal Constitution 10/26/07

October 25, 2007

City recycler faces environmental fine – Montgomery Advertiser 10/25/07

Georgia leaders want new reservoirs; Florida, Alabama want their share – Associated Press 10/25/07

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