What residents can do about flooding: A natural approach to storm water management – Greenwich Time

Dec 5th, 2009 | By | Category: Open Space

Flooding is a serious problem in Greenwich. A recent newspaper article reported that up to $100 million of taxpayer dollars is needed to correct the situation. Town officials will need time to review the consultant’s report and consider next steps, but there are ways that we can act now — individually — to reduce storm water volume in our community. Today, each of us can help by adding back natural opportunities for storm water absorption — like those provided by our parks and natural open spaces. By Ginny Gwynn, executive director of The Greenwich Land Trust.

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