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  • EPA Releases Draft Settlement Agreement & Proposed Revisions to MS4 Permit

    January 13th, 2020 by Nick Cristofori

    On December 27, 2019, EPA released a proposed settlement agreement and corresponding revised sections of the New Hampshire Phase II MS4 Permit as a result of litigation between EPA and a number of parties.  While changes and clarification were provided throughout the permit, the most significant changes are:


    • New development and Redevelopment have been redefined as sites with less than 40% existing impervious surface and sites with 40% or more of existing impervious surface, respectively. These definitions must be incorporated into regulatory mechanisms for new development and redevelopment projects and determine which performance criteria these sites must meet.
    • Select communities in the Great Bay Watershed must include a 50% nitrogen removal requirement in their regulatory mechanisms for new development and redevelopment projects.

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  • Cemetary Surveys by sUAS

    January 8th, 2020 by Josephine Hatton


    The towns and villages of New England are steeped in history, and much of it can be seen in the cemeteries and burying grounds dotted across the region.  In many cases, town cemeteries date back two or three centuries or more and are still operating today.  The records for these cemeteries are usually a mix of hand-written, typed, paper and digital information as record-keeping practices and technology have evolved over the years. 


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