CRMC, General Assembly agree:<br> Less runoff is good runoff

BAYKEEPER John Torgan shows a tour group the coastal buffer zone at the Save the Bay Center in Providence, which also uses a green roof and other runoff-reducing low-impact design (LID) features. /
BAYKEEPER John Torgan shows a tour group the coastal buffer zone at the Save the Bay Center in Providence, which also uses a green roof and other runoff-reducing low-impact design (LID) features. /
While the Smart Development for a Cleaner Bay Act of 2007 percolates through the legislative process, the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council has already taken action to help reduce the amount of stormwater runoff that is finding its way into Narragansett Bay. Just as the act aims to do statewide, CRMC’s Urban Coastal Greenways regulations…

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