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  • En el sur de Florida: Tarda la llegada de la temporada de mosquitos

    En el sur de Florida: Tarda la llegada de la temporada de mosquitos
    La temporada de los mosquitos podría atrasarse este año, al parecer debido a la llegada tardía de las lluvias de primavera que normalmente traen al sur de Florida plagas de ruidosos insectos deseosos de morder a sus víctimas. La ausencia de lluvias...
  • City asks home owners to buy insurance for water meter overhaul

    City asks home owners to buy insurance for water meter overhaul
    Baltimore's spending panel approved a deal Wednesday with a Connecticut company to offer insurance to property owners whose pipes could break during a system-wide overhaul of water meters. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake encouraged residents to buy...
  • Altamonte Springs to break ground on new water reclamation project on Friday

    State and local officials on Friday plan to launch Altamonte Springs' new water conservation project that will collect rainwater from Interstate 4, treat it to remove the pollutants and then distribute it to homeowners to irrigate their lawns. The...
  • Mailbag: Greatest generation deserves center

    Re: The Huntington Beach Senior Center in Central Park. As I watched the D-Day commemoration on TV, I wondered about how many in Huntington Beach have a clue about what it really means. Do they realize that thousands of brave Americans went on what...
  • California's drought and D.C.'s dry solutions

    California's drought and D.C.'s dry solutions
    Masquerading as a response to California's drought, a bill to waive environmental protections and divert more water to Central Valley agriculture passed the Republican-controlled House in February and is now going to conference to be reconciled with a...
  • City says water pipe insurance won't be available until autumn

    City says water pipe insurance won't be available until autumn
    City officials say the insurance program for broken water pipes they’ve been publicizing likely won’t be available for several months, and possibly not until autumn. Baltimore first announced the insurance – which officials call a...
  • Poll finds little support for drought spending despite broad awareness

    Poll finds little support for drought spending despite broad awareness
    Most Californians surveyed say the statewide drought has had little or no impact on their daily lives, and a majority oppose the suspension of environmental protections or large-scale public spending to boost water supplies, a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles...
  • Douglas C. Lyons: The Keys still hold the key to address sea-level rise

    Five years ago this December, I took a "climate-change" tour of the Florida Keys. It wasn't the most idyllic of excursions, even if it was time well spent away from the office. Seeing the impact rain and high tide can have on the Keys was eye-opening....
  • Hancock's new 'Tilt!' puts you over the edge

    Hancock's new 'Tilt!' puts you over the edge
    Step into the new Tilt! attraction on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Center and at first nothing happens. You are holding big metal bars. You are peering through a full-length window. But you know what is about to occur, and your insides, you are...
  • Orland Park looking for consultant to update its image

    Orland Park looking for consultant to update its image
    Orland Park is looking for a company to refresh its image with new signs and branding. The village set aside $100,000 in the 2014 budget for the project and is seeking proposals from consultants interested in designing an updated, cohesive Orland Park...
  • Glenview to sell North Maine Water Utility

    Glenview to sell North Maine Water Utility
    Glenview trustees have recently approved the village's intention to let a national investor-owned company take over its North Maine Water Utility. Village officials hope to sell the water system for about $22 million to Aqua Illinois, which was the...