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Stormwater Working Group Meeting 12/14/2015

Our next meeting is Monday night, December 14, at the Assembly Room of the Belmont Memorial Library on Concord Avenue.  Agenda will include: Cambridge Climate Change Vulnerability project I will be using this material from a December 3 presentation about the … Continue reading

Stormwater Working Group – September 24, 2015

Belmont Stormwater Working Group Meeting Minutes September 24, 2015 A core group of eight of us attended the September meeting to review the September 10 ‘Water Trouble’  forum, and to set priorities for the coming year.  Note: there were no BSWG meetings in … Continue reading

Stormwater Initiatives for 2015

Volunteers came forward for leading the following 2015 initiatives. Contact Anne-Marie Lambert if you are interested in learning more or working on any intitiatives,  ammlambert [a] gmail.com: Soil data gathering project: Betty Krikorian and one of the BHS students feel strongly … Continue reading

Stormwater Working Group – An Overview of Issues

On January 15, the Belmont Stormwater Working Group met to discuss priorities for 2015.  Many new Belmont High School students joined the meeting, so Walley and Anne-Marie first took some time to describe the basics of storm water-related issues and … Continue reading

Stormwater Working Group

The Belmont Stormwater Working Group – a collaborative team of the Belmont Citizens Forum and Sustainable Belmont – is investigating areas suitable for ‘green’ rainwater treatments and applying for funding of such projects You can participate in these efforts, all … Continue reading

Let’s get Practical: Belmont Stormwater Working Group Seeks Members

The Belmont Stormwater Working Group – a collaborative team of the Belmont Citizens Forum and Sustainable Belmont – is investigating areas suitable for ‘green’ rainwater treatments and applying for funding of such projects You can participate in these efforts, all … Continue reading

Stormwater

While we rarely face water scarcity in Belmont, we are subject to the impacts of extreme weather events, such as Hurricane Sandy. With a 28% increase in precipitation in the last decade, stormwater run-off can cause sewers to overflow and pollute our … Continue reading