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The Friends of the Alewife Reservation (FAR) announces the following:

"Water Trouble," a public forum on storms forum on storms, floods and pollution, is set for Thursday. Sept. 13, from 7 to 9 p.m., in the Winn Brook cafeteria, 97 Waterhouse Road, Belmont.

Hear experts in a panel discussion about local and regional storm water management issues.
Find your home on FEMA flood pattern maps of Winn Brook and other Alewife Brook watershed neighborhoods.
Understand the storm water requirements proposed Alewife developments must meet.
Learn how citizens can influence government decisions about flood prevention and pollution caused by excess storm water.
 
Panelists
Kathy Baskin                        Director of Water Policy, Mass. Executive Office of Energy
                                            & Environmental Affairs


Glenn Clancy                       Belmont Director of Office for Community Development

Patrick Herron                      Mystic Monitoring Network Director, Mystic River
                                            Watershed Association


Ralph Jones                         Belmont Selectman

Richard Vogel                      Director of Tufts University graduate program "Water:
                                            Systems, Science, and Society”

Moderator
Fred Paulsen                       Belmont Town Meeting Member
 
Clean water is an increasingly precious resource. There is no one easy answer to how we should best manage water from heavy rainfall. Learn about the storms, resulting flooding, and how pollution relates to these issues.

Find out how you can improve water quality and reduce flooding in Belmont, Arlington, and Cambridge. More Information http://gallery.mailchimp.com/ 0170f8c69f1adbdb7c0853ab3/ files/waterflyer.pdf
         

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