Burlington Water Quality Improvement Plan

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Megan Moir, Manager of Burlington's Stormwater Program, shares information on the City's Water Quality Improvement Plan. 

As part of its ongoing effort to seek input on water quality priorities, the City of Burlington has launched an online survey to gauge public views on wastewater treatment and stormwater runoff issues. The survey, which is posted at http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/IntegratedWQPlan_Survey, will be available online until August 25.
Input will be used to help inform Burlington’s plan to improve water quality through a new, integrated planning approach for wastewater and stormwater management.

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