Princeton Delivers a Win for Clean Water

Princeton neighborhoods are safer from flooding and water intrusion resulting from new construction with Monday’s passage of the ordinance controlling polluted stormwater runoff.

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Cranbury Protects Parks

Cranbury Board of Health adopts a smoke-free parks ordinance, the 13th town in our Watershed to do so.

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Support our Stormwater Efforts in Princeton

Residents of Princeton are encouraged to attend the Princeton Council meeting on June 12 at 7pm to speak in favor of a stormwater ordinance, and urge their elected officials to vote for passage of the ordinance.

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Watershed Matters: Princeton Poised to Act on Flooding

Princeton’s town council is poised to take an important step by considering a strong new measure to address flooding and polluted stormwater runoff—two of the region’s most pressing environmental challenges.

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Watershed Supports Safer Pipelines Bill

By Pam Podger / May 10 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

Urging stronger oversight of natural gas pipelines, the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association and others on Wednesday applauded the reintroduction of legislation by a local Congresswoman.

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Princeton Introduces Updated Stormwater Ordinance

By Mike Pisauro / May 09 / Safeguarding Our Communities / 1 Comment

The new stormwater ordinance introduced by the Princeton Council will help address flooding problems and reduce the amount of pollution discharged into...

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Watershed Lawyer Battles Pro-Pipeline Bills in D.C.

By Mike Pisauro / May 04 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

"This bill seeks to rush approval by undermining environmental agency review and trampling over states’ rights," said Jim Waltman

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Bonnie Watson Coleman Accepts Stiles Award

The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association presented U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman with its highest award for environmental leadership...

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PennEast’s FEIS Is Out, But The End Is Not Near!

By Mike Pisauro / Apr 14 / Safeguarding Our Communities / No Comments

We are disappointed that FERC did not heed the comments of its sister agencies to revise and re-issue a new draft EIS.

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Increased Arsenic in Drinking Water – A Pipeline Risk

Most of the PennEast pipeline’s proposed route through NJ will interact with Fractured Bedrock Aquifers that feed the region's private and community drinking wells.

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