Sewage Treatment Plant

June 8, 2016--Details of sewage plant design emerge (Durango Herald)

Refined designs for the sewage-treatment plant may leave room for a basketball court in Santa Rita Park. But there is not enough space to leave room for the volleyball court that will be displaced by expansions at the plant, said Patrick Radabaugh, an engineer with Dewberry. This was one of the details about the new $60.8 million plant that emerged during a Durango City Co

April 1, 2009--Developers sue over Santa Cruz River protection (U.S. Water News)

Homebuilder groups have filed suit against the federal government for its decision to extend Clean Water Act protections to parts of the Santa Cruz River north and south of Tucson. The suit filed in U.S.

January 28, 2009--Engineers: America's basic physical backbone-roads, water & sewage systems-rate 'D' grades (L.A. Times)

America's roads, public transit and aviation have gotten worse in the past four years. Water and sewage systems are dreadful.

January 14, 2009--Tribe seeks state's help with sewage (Durango Herald)

The Southern Ute Indian Tribe, unsatisfied with interim measures to deal with the continued pollution of its water supply by the town of Bayfield, has asked the state to immediately halt the release of eff

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