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Tickets now on sale for Kent Conservation District’s 17th Annual Barn Dance fundraiser on Oct. 14

The Kent Conservation District will hold its 17th Annual Barn Dance fundraiser from 6 to 11 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14, at the Harrington Fire Company, on Clark Street in Harrington.




DNREC accepting grant proposals for wastewater and surface water project planning through August 4

DNREC’s Division of Watershed Stewardship and the office of Environmental Finance are now accepting project proposals from state, county and municipal governments and governmental subdivisions for matching grants for wastewater and surface water project planning. Proposals must be received by close of business (4:30 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 4.




National Mosquito Control Awareness Week: June 26 through July 2

In observance of National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife Mosquito Control Section encourages Delawareans to take precautions to avoid or reduce mosquito bites, and to put particular emphasis on eliminating backyard mosquito-producing habitat.




Gov. Markell Signs SB 253 into Law, Authorizing DNREC to Provide Additional Flexibility in Meeting Standards for Sediment and Stormwater Regulations

Governor Jack Markell has signed Senate Bill 253 that provides additional options and flexibility to developers, contractors and landowners for meeting standards that protect Delaware’s water quality and reduce flooding impacts under the state’s sediment and stormwater management program.




Responding to state Supreme Court ruling, DNREC again must adopt interim emergency sediment and stormwater regulations

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has adopted interim emergency sediment and stormwater management regulations – in effect reinstating the 2014 regulations invalidated today by Delaware’s Supreme Court, with the high court’s opinion upholding a Superior Court decision issued last fall.







 Pages Tagged With: "drainage and stormwater"

Tickets now on sale for Kent Conservation District’s 17th Annual Barn Dance fundraiser on Oct. 14

The Kent Conservation District will hold its 17th Annual Barn Dance fundraiser from 6 to 11 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14, at the Harrington Fire Company, on Clark Street in Harrington.




DNREC accepting grant proposals for wastewater and surface water project planning through August 4

DNREC’s Division of Watershed Stewardship and the office of Environmental Finance are now accepting project proposals from state, county and municipal governments and governmental subdivisions for matching grants for wastewater and surface water project planning. Proposals must be received by close of business (4:30 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 4.




National Mosquito Control Awareness Week: June 26 through July 2

In observance of National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife Mosquito Control Section encourages Delawareans to take precautions to avoid or reduce mosquito bites, and to put particular emphasis on eliminating backyard mosquito-producing habitat.




Gov. Markell Signs SB 253 into Law, Authorizing DNREC to Provide Additional Flexibility in Meeting Standards for Sediment and Stormwater Regulations

Governor Jack Markell has signed Senate Bill 253 that provides additional options and flexibility to developers, contractors and landowners for meeting standards that protect Delaware’s water quality and reduce flooding impacts under the state’s sediment and stormwater management program.




Responding to state Supreme Court ruling, DNREC again must adopt interim emergency sediment and stormwater regulations

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has adopted interim emergency sediment and stormwater management regulations – in effect reinstating the 2014 regulations invalidated today by Delaware’s Supreme Court, with the high court’s opinion upholding a Superior Court decision issued last fall.