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Applications now open for Milwaukee Avenue Green Development Corridor in Logan Square

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If people don't know where their water goes and how it gets there, how can they understand how to resolve community-wide problems like sewer overflows—which lead to personal problems like backyard, alley and basement flooding?

That's the question driving the Milwaukee Avenue Green Development Corridor, a pilot program helping residents and business owners in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood develop green infrastructure to help manage stormwater. Read the latest issue of What Our Water's Worth to learn more.

Live in or own property along Milwaukee Avenue in Logan Square? Visit to learn more about this funding program, including how to apply.


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