Delaware River Basin Commission renews call for federal funding restoration

WDDE: An interstate agency that oversees water quality for some 15 million people in Delaware and three other river-basin states is renewing its call for the restoration of federal funding that would enable it to plan for climate change, sea-level rise and the next Sandy-like mega-storm. The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC), which regulates water usage and quality in the 330-mile long basin between upstate New York and the mouth of the Delaware Bay, has been starved of federal funds for 16 of......

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