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SPECIFICS ABOUT CROTON WATER

In Issue #19 - January/February 2004

  • A Close Look at Our Water's Infrastructure.
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In Issue #15 - May/June 2003

  • Say What? -- DEP's 2002 Annual Report on Croton Reveals Excellent Water.
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In Issue #14 - March/April 2003

  • The Extraordinary Resiliency of the Croton Watershed.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #1 - January/February 2001

  • The Case Against Chemical Treatment/Filtration of the Croton -- Three Definitive Arguments.
    Get PDF>
  • Extensive Trout Unlimited Pollution Study Demands Attention.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN

SEE ALSO:
MEMBRANE FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY



 

FOREST ISSUES

 

In Issue #50 - March/April 2009

  • Progress Report on CWCWC's Campaign to Protect Forests.
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In Issue #47 - September/October 2008

  • An Inexplicable Omission in Drinking Water and Air Quality Protection", Marian H. Rose
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In Issue #49 - January/February 2009

  • CWCWC and Queens Civic Congress Find Common Interest in Saving Trees.
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In Issue #51 - July/August 2009

  • Progress Report on CWCWC's Forest Protection Legislation.
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IMPACT FEES

 

In Issue #43 - March/April 2008

  • Impact Fees Implementation
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Issue #40 - September/October 2007

  • Water, Taxes and The Croton Watershed
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Letter from Fay C. Muir, President CWCWC
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LEGAL ISSUES

In Issue #42 - January/February 2008

  • Meadows at Deans Corners – Town of Southeast
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PUTNAM COUNTY WATERSHED CONCERNS

In Issue #28 - September/October 2005

  • Putnam County Self-Destructs.
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In Issue #22 - July/August 2004

  • CWCWC's Midsummer Updates -- Catch Up on the Coalition's Involvements in Putnam and Westchester Counties and in New York City.
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In Issue #13 - January/February 2003

  • Putnam County -- an eye-opening account of what Putnam County faces today.
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In Issue #4 - July/August 2001

  • Preservation Efforts for Putnam County's Historic Property, Thoroughbred Horse Farm Tilly Foster.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN









WESTCHESTER COUNTY WATERSHED CONCERNS

In Issue #22 - July/August 2004

  • CWCWC's Midsummer Updates -- Catch Up on the Coalition's Involvements in Putnam and Westchester Counties and in New York City.
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SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN









THE DEP’S PLAN TO BUILD A CHEMICAL TREATMENT/FILTRATION PLANT FOR CROTON WATER

In Issue #27 - May/June 2005

  • New York City Water Board Raises Water Rates: Just the Beginning for NYC Ratepayers. Get PDF>
  • CWCWC Water Board Press Release.Get PDF>
  • Water Board Budget Overview and Comments from Marian Rose, PhD and Fay Muir.Get PDF>



In Issue #26 - March/April 2005

  • CWCWC's Lawsuit Against DEP: A Very Brief Explanatory Guide
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In Issue #24 - November/December 2004

  • CWCWC Calls for IMMEDIATE STUDY of the use of Membrane Filtration for the Croton System – CWCWC Position Paper on the Need to Examine the Use of Membrane Technology to Treat the Waters of the Croton System.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #23 - September/October 2004

  • DEP's Plan Puts New York City's Water Supply in Danger!
    Get PDF>

In Issue #22 - July/August 2004

  • CWCWC's Midsummer Updates -- Catch Up on the Coalition's Involvements in Putnam and Westchester Counties and in New York City.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #20 - March/April 2004

  • Bronx Hearing on the Croton Chemical Treatment/Filtration Plant is Reduced to a Screaming Match.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #19 - January/February 2004

  • Mayor Bloomberg Needs to Hear the Opposition's Voice Regarding the Chemical Treatment/Filtration of the Croton!
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  • A Needless Argument About Siting an Unneeded Chemical Treatment/Filtration Plant.
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In Issue #17 - October/November 2003

  • NO, Mayor Bloomberg, The Croton Filtration Plant is Not a Done Deal!
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In Issue #16 - August/September 2003

  • A Challenge to New York City Officials and Concerned Residents.
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In Issue #15 - May/June 2003

  • Strange Science -- DEP's Mosholu Plan Reveals Woeful Inadequacies.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #8 - March/April 2002

  • NYC DEP's Chemical Treatment/Filtration Plant Site Proposal is Greeted by a Bronx Cheer.
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In Issue #3 - May/June 2001

  • The Riverdale Press Publishes CWCWC's Alternatives to Filtration.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #2 - March/April 2001

  • Alienation Must be Declared Says NYS Court of Appeals -- a Major Victory that will Force DEP to Rethink Filtration.
    Get PDF>
  • CWCWC Presents Letter to the EPA Regarding Renegotiation of the Consent Decree.
    Get PDF>
  • What the Press is Reporting about the Future of the Croton Chemical Treatment/Filtration Plant.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #1 - January/February 2001

  • The Case Against Chemical Treatment/Filtration of the Croton -- Three Definitive Arguments.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN









STORMWATER RUNOFF IN THE WATERSHED

In Issue #6 - November/December 2001

  • John Keane of Trout Unlimited and the Stormwater-Runoff Crisis Facing the Croton Watershed.
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  • Reducing Pollution -- Marc Yaggi of Riverkeeper Spotlights the Post-Stormwater Regulations Future.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN

SEE ALSO:
MEMBRANE FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY









THE WESTCHESTER COUNTY AIRPORT

In Issue #8 - March/April 2002

  • Shouldn't the Need for Clean Water Supercede the FAA's Unstated Agenda?
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  • The Kensico Reservoir and its Nemesis, FAA Expansion...
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN









THE MEDIA AND THE FIGHT TO PRESERVE THE CROTON WATERSHED

In Issue #26 - March/April 2005

  • A Mini "Gates" Airs a Major Grievance
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In Issue #11 - September/October 2002

  • A Ground-Breaking Radio Program: WBAI-FM's Eco-Logic.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #3 - May/June 2001

  • The Riverdale Press Publishes CWCWC's Alternatives to Filtration.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #2 - March/April 2001

  • What the Press is Reporting about the Future of the Croton Chemical Treatment/Filtration Plant.
    Get PDF>









THE POLITICS OF WATER

In Issue #27 - May/June 2005

  • New York City Water Board Raises Water Rates: Just the Beginning for NYC Ratepayers. Get PDF>
  • CWCWC Water Board Press Release.Get PDF>
  • Water Board Budget Overview and Comments from Marian Rose, PhD and Fay Muir.Get PDF>

In Issue #6 - November/December 2001

  • Are Crisis Management and a Political Leadership Vacuum One and the Same?
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
THE DEP’S PLAN TO BUILD A CHEMICAL TREATMENT/FILTRATION PLANT FOR CROTON WATER

SEE ALSO:
MEMBRANE FILTRATION TECHNOLOG
Y

In Issue #44 - May/June 2008

  • The Clean Water State Revolving Fund
  • Support the Clean Water Restoration Act (H.R.2421/S.1870)
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WATERSHED REGULATIONS

 

November/December 2007

  • THE DEVIL'S IN THE DETAILS
    DEC's Abandonment of Water Quality Protection in the Croton Watershed
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July/August 2007

  • WATER, THE LAW AND THE CROTON WATERSHED
    Get PDF>

May/June 2007

  • NYC WATER RATES SOAR AS OUTRAGED
    RESIDENTS STRUGGLE TO PAY:

    Demand DEP Accountability and Investment
    in Better Watershed Protection
    Get PDF>

 





THE COST OF MORE DEVELOPMENT IN THE WATERSHED

In Issue #31 - March/April 2006

  • An End and a Beginning
    Does A Sewage Diversion Victory Guarantee
    Safe Drinking Water?
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YORKTOWN'S PROBLEM WITH INFLOW & INFILTRATION

In Issue #31 - March/April 2006

The New Sword of Damocles Inflow and Infiltration
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WATER REGULATIONS

 

May/June 2008

  • The Clean Water State Revolving Fund
  • Support the Clean Water Restoration Act (H.R. 2421/S.1870)
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July/August 2009

  • Meandering through the Clean Water Restoration Act
    Get PDF>


In Issue #30 - January/February 2006

  • The Degradation of Our Croton Reservoirs
    and How We Can Prevent It
    Get PDF>


In Issue #17 - October/November 2003

  • Learn About SEQRA/CEQR in One Quick Read.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #6 - November/December 2001

  • Reducing Pollution -- Marc Yaggi of Riverkeeper Spotlights the Post-Stormwater Regulations Future.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN

SEE ALSO:
MEMBRANE FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY






CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN

In Issue #21 - May/June 2004

  • A Management Plan for the Croton Watershed -- An Overview.
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In Issue #20 - March/April 2004

  • A Plan to Protect the Croton Watershed -- Now.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
MEMBRANE FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY







MEMBRANE FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY

In Issue #24 - November/December 2004

  • CWCWC Calls for IMMEDIATE STUDY of the use of Membrane Filtration for the Croton System – CWCWC Position Paper on the Need to Examine the Use of Membrane Technology to Treat the Waters of the Croton System.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
THE DEP’S PLAN TO BUILD A CHEMICAL TREATMENT/FILTRATION PLANT FOR CROTON WATER








THE WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT FIGHT

In Issue #33 - July/August 2006

  • THE SELLING OF THE CROTON WATERSHED
    How "multi-barrier" protection is vanishing before the onslaught of development
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    In Issue #22 - July/August 2004
  • CWCWC's Midsummer Updates -- Catch Up
    on the Coalition's Involvements in Putnam and Westchester Counties and in New York City.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #9 - May/June 2002

  • News and Notes -- Expansions, New Developments, and Galley Systems.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #4 - July/August 2001

  • Preservation Efforts for Putnam County's Historic Property, Thoroughbred Horse Farm Tilly Foster.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN









THE GREAT SWAMP OF PUTNAM COUNTY

In Issue #9 - May/June 2002

  • Explore the Great Swamp -- Critical Water Source and Home to Abundant Life!
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SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN










WATERSHED STREAMS

In Issue #14 - March/April 2003

  • Healthy Streams, Unhealthy Streams -- and how to Tell the Difference.
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In Issue #1 - January/February 2001

  • Extensive Trout Unlimited Pollution Study Demands Attention.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN







SEWAGE DIVERSION IN THE WATERSHED

In Issue #4 - July/August 2001

  • Citizens for Equal Environmental Protection (CEEP) Fight for Environmental Justice in the Sewage Diversion Issue.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN







WASTEWATER TREATMENT CONCERNS IN THE WATERSHED

In Issue #33 - July/August 2006

  • DOES YORKTOWN REALLY NEED TO EXPAND ITS SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
    CWCWC Offers Solutions That Would Have Less Impact on the New Croton Reservoir
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In Issue #5 - September/October 2001

  • Our Water Needs and the Importance of Hallock's Mill, Yorktown's Wastewater Treatment Plant.
    Get PDF>

SEE ALSO:
CWCWC’S LANDMARK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN

SEE ALSO:
MEMBRANE FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY







ORGANIZATIONS THAT WORK FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE CROTON WATERSHED

In Issue #23 - September/October 2004

  • Westchester Land Trust's Land Acquisition Programs Aid Watershed Protection.
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In Issue #11 - September/October 2002

  • Teaming up with CWCWC: Hudson Basin River Watch, Hudson River Water-Quality Monitors.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #10 - July/August 2002

  • Critical Resource Waters -- Find Out About this Powerhouse Organization.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #6 - November/December 2001

  • John Keane of Trout Unlimited and the Stormwater-Runoff Crisis Facing the Croton Watershed.
    Get PDF>
  • Reducing Pollution -- Marc Yaggi of Riverkeeper Spotlights the Post-Stormwater Regulations Future.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #4 - July/August 2001

  • Citizens for Equal Environmental Protection (CEEP) Fight for Environmental Justice in the Sewage Diversion Issue.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #1 - January/February 2001

  • Extensive Trout Unlimited Pollution Study Demands Attention.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #23 - September/October 2004

  • Westchester Land Trust's Land Acquisition Programs Aid Watershed Protection.
    Get PDF>









OPPORTUNITIES FOR CWCWC MEMBERS TO MAKE THEIR VOICES HEARD

In Issue #25 - January/February 2005

  • 2004 Annual Wrapups from the Board of Directors.
  • New "Opinions and Perspectives from Around Our Watershed" Page.
  • Photos from the 2004 Annual Meeting.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #21 - May/June 2004

  • One Specific Opportunity for You to Help Protect Our Watershed -- Get Involved With the Editing/Production of Valuable Video Footage Chronicling the Fight for the Croton!
    Get PDF>

In Issue #19 - January/February 2004

  • Mayor Bloomberg Needs to Hear the Opposition's Voice Regarding the Chemical Treatment/Filtration of the Croton!
    Get PDF>

In Issue #10 - July/August 2002

  • The Future Face of Volunteer Action.
    Get PDF>








PEACH LAKE



In Issue #41 - November/December 2007

In Issue #42 - January/February 2008

  • Peach Lake Sewer Process
    Lead Agency Designation, SEQRA, Adverse Impacts, Design, Funding, Petition
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In Issue #44 - May/June 2008

In Issue #45 - Nov/Dec 2008





ANNUAL REVIEWS BY THE CWCWC BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Issue #29 November/December 2005

  • Read about the filtration battle and reviews of issues in Westchester and Putnam Counties
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In Issue #25 - January/February 2005

  • 2004 Annual Wrapups from the Board of Directors.
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In Issue #18 - November/December 2003

  • 2003 Gets A Review From Experts in the Field.
    Get PDF>

In Issue #12 - November/December 2002

  • 2002 Recap -- CWCWC Recounts the Highlights and Successes of the Year!
    Get PDF>

In Issue #7 - January/February 2002

  • Retrospective 2001: Catch Up on the Hot Watershed Battles, Issues and Insights.
    Get PDF>




PHARMACEUTICALS

Issue #44 July/August 2008

  • ARE YOU DRINKING YOUR NEIGHBOR’S SEWAGE?
    Get PDF>

 

 

 

WATER PRIVATIZATION

Issue #49 March/April 2009

  • NYS Ground and Surface Water Extraction, Contamination and Legislationn
    Get PDF>

Issue #44 July/August 2008

 




Submission Deadlines for copy to be considered for inclusion in Our Water, Our Future: 1/1, 3/1, 5/1, 7/1, 9/1 and 11/1.

Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call or email:

Marian Rose, PhD
phone: (914) 234-6470
email: marianr451@aol.com

CWCWC Office
phone: (914) 234-6470
email: crotonwshed@aol.com

 
     
 
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