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Illinois water management plan gets boost from Midwest and international experts, local water stakeholders
  • May 16, 2008
"Beyond Showerheads and Sprinklers" helps move Illinois closer to developing a statewide system for managing its water resources
Illinois Launches New Program to Head Off Projected Water Shortages and Water Quality Concerns in the Chicago Region
  • Jun 5, 2006
Droughts, dry wells, and potability threats led to the creation of the Illinois Water Supply Initiative, a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive state program to manage precious water resources
State Sen. Susan Garrett to Launch First-Ever Illinois Water Supply Initiative at June 5 News Conference
  • Jun 1, 2006
Landmark program will address projected water shortages and quality issues in northeastern Illinois through a comprehensive, newly funded plan
December Media Tips
  • Dec 22, 2005
Greetings, loyal Media Tips readers, The Great Tree Debate of 2005 (Holiday v. Christmas v. Choose-Your-Own-Celebration) got us thinking about our own evergreens – those stories that remain fresh, months after we first planted the seed here in the Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC)…

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