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Communities fear new US rules on storm runoff will be costly

By David Abel
Globe Staff / January 27, 2010

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In a bid to protect shellfish and curb beach closings and pollution of local waters, federal officials released a draft plan yesterday that would require 84 communities in the state to comply with new regulations that seek to reduce the stormwater runoff into municipal storm drains. (Full article: 788 words)

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