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    Presented by at Newton Free Library

    October 26, 2010



    Tuesday, October 26, 7 pm STORM WATER MANAGEMENT: PART TWO The Flood Next Time – Do We Need an Ark? Welcome As climate change increases the likelihood of extreme weather, what can Newton do to prevent loss of property? Can future floods be mitigated? Learn about Newton’s past decisions about wetlands, flooding, and water management and how they have influenced the situation today and in the future. A panel of specialists will answer questions about new EPA regulations, the need for regional cooperation, and low-impact development practices. Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Newton, Newton Free Library, Green Decade/Newton, Newton Conservators, and Historic Newton. At the Newton Free Library, 330 Homer Street, Newton. Free.

    Newton Free Library

    330 Homer Street
    Newton, MA 02459

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