If there is ever going to be a resolution to the off-trail activity debate, there needs to be a better understanding – on all sides – of all the impacts.
“The US is funding just one-third of its water infrastructure needs.”
That’s just one of the many significant findings described in the new report from the Value of Water Campaign.
Three months away from his 99th birthday, Walter Woods is retiring from the Advisory Board as the Wellesley representative.
Last week, the Advisory Board presented information from a UMass Boston Collins Center Report, identifying the crucial relationship between water and sewer infrastructure and potential economic growth.
The role of the Advisory Board is to provide feedback on MWRA projects and initiatives.
In a January 2017 report, MA Auditor Suzanne Bump called for a “more holistic” approach to meeting water infrastructure needs in the Commonwealth.