TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 10 – 16 August 2013

August 16, 2013 | Posted by Michael "Aquadoc" Campana
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It is with heavy hand that I must report that it is indeed a sad day in print journalism: V.A. ‘Vinnie’ Musetto, the man who wrote one of the greatest headlines in tabloid history, was sacked from his freelance gig by the New York Post. Here’s the story.

And don’t forget – we are ready to go now! The AWRA Annual Water Resources Conference is just about three months away! The Preliminary Program is ready: check out the oral andposter presentations. Super Saver registration expires on 31 August.

Here is the Program-at-a-GlanceDownload AWRA_2013_Program_at_Glance

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“State-federal cooperation is much easier to come by in water development than in pollution abatement, because development means expenditures and more business while abatement often means new restrictions and higher costs.” -Sen. Frank E.  Moss (D-UT, 1959-1977), The Water Crisis, 1967, p. 261 (thanks to Matthew G. Heberger, P.E. The Pacific Institute)


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