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DRBC Postpones Vote on Draft of Natural Gas Regs, Special Meeting Rescheduled for November 21

WEST TRENTON, N.J. (Oct. 7) – The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) today announced that the previously scheduled October 21, 2011 special meeting for the commissioners to consider draft natural gas development regulations has been postponed.  Read more

Call for artists: 'Art in Sixes'

October 6, 2011 - October 29, 2011

Alliance Gallery is accepting submissions for a small works show held 11/19-12/23. Deadline: 10/29. 845/252-7576.

Watching water quality: ‘Monitoring for Natural Gas Development’ underway

For 50 years, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) has focused its work on protecting the waters of the Delaware River Basin (DRB). In addition to a decade-long biomonitoring program and other efforts detailed earlier in this series, the DRBC has focused lately on implementing its newest program, “Monitoring for Natural Gas Development (MNGD).”  Read more

COUNTY MANAGER FANSLAU ISSUES A FLASH FLOOD WATCH EFFECTIVE THROUGH LATE FRIDAY EVENING

Sullivan County Manager David Fanslau has issued a Flash Flood Watch associated with Heavy Rain Potential through late Friday evening. Fanslau said, "The National Weather Service (NSW) has issued a Flash Flood Watch in Sullivan County. Rain, heavy at times will persist across the watch area through late this evening. Rainfall totals of 1 to 2 inches are possible in the watch area through midnight. Brief heavy downpours would cause the most significant problems due to the very wet soil conditions.  Read more

Pipeline problems persist;frustration mounts

Keeping up with inspections of two major pipeline projects in Pike County has consumed the limited resources of the small staff at the Pike County Conservation District (PCCD) since spring, when the 12-mile Columbia Gas Pipeline project kicked off, followed closely by the Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) expansion of its 300 Line. Both projects involve massive amounts of earth disturbance and multiple stream and wetlands crossings.  Read more

PA Forests web seminar

October 11, 2011

"Bats" live web-based educational program, 12noon & 7pm. Must register: extension.psu.edu/private-forests/tools-resources/webinars. 570/296-3400.

Watching water quality: part two ‘Sondes’ make continuous monitoring possible

Playing an increasingly important role in documenting water quality in the region is a device with an unusual name. Multi-probe datasondes (sondes) are high-tech monitoring devices placed in regional waterways, which will substantially enhance data gathered in the two-decade Scenic Rivers Monitoring Program (SRMP) detailed in last week’s issue of The River Reporter.  Read more

DEC Begins 90-Day Public Comment Period on Draft Hydraulic Fracturing Study

ALBANY, NY — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation opened a more than 90-day public comment period on its revised draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact Statement, DEC Commissioner Joe Martens announced today. In addition, the agency will issue its proposed regulations governing high-volume hydraulic fracturing in early October.  Read more

Roads closed due to flooding in Wayne, Pike, Sullivan 2:00 pm

This is a list of road closures due to flooding and downed power lines caused by the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee.  Read more

Watching water quality; multiple efforts underway

Little known and rarely observed are several water quality initiatives underway in the region. The River Reporter takes a look at what’s being done and by whom in this series.  Read more

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