Conservation News Digest 10/31/07

Stories from around the state related to conservation issues.

October 31, 2007

26 miles of Corridor X to open Nov. 14 – Birmingham News 10/31/07

Jeffco approves $2.9 million for roads department contingencies – Birmingham News 10/31/07

Riley to fight for state’s water – Birmingham News 10/31/07

TVA applies to build reactors at Bellefonte – Birmingham News 10/31/07

Green roof sprouting on downtown building – Birmingham News 10/31/07

LTE: ADEM only does what it must – Birmingham News 10/31/07

LTE: Wait for sewer regulation – Mobile Press-Register 10/31/07

Water – a basic need – Huntsville Times 10/31/07

Officials back Riley in war of words with Georgia – Montgomery Advertiser 10/31/07

Community garden will help feed area’s hungry families – Montgomery Advertiser 10/31/07

Lake Martin boat ramps will be extended for increased accessibility – Montgomery Advertiser 10/31/07

Rant and Raves – Montgomery Advertiser 10/31/07

LTE: Alabama’s record on water planning little better – Montgomery Advertiser 10/31/07

Austin one of 12 chosen for environmental program – Decatur Daily 10/31/07

Officials in Alabama defend efforts to conserve water – Associated Press 10/31/07

Water Wars – Florence Times Daily 10/31/07

Cleaning up the water: Kudos to Rep. Davis – Anniston Star 10/31/07

Harvey Jackson: How to get water from Georgia – Anniston Star 10/31/07

Water feud catches Bush in bind – Associated Press 10/31/07

October 30, 2007

Water war best resolved by states – Tuscaloosa News 10/30/07

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