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for Water Resources Research Institute News Vol. Issue 257, May/June 1989
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The North Carolina Division of Environmental Management has set dates for public hearings on recommendations to designate ten coastal areas as “outstanding resource waters.” This classification is for surface waters having unique and special attributes together with excellent water quality.
The City of Raleigh has proposed a stormwater management policy to address the effects of increased runoff on structures and other components of drainage systems that carry storm runoff to larger streams and rivers. It also addresses the effects of stormwater discharges on water quality in receiving streams and rivers.