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NYC reservoirs overflowing

Here’s a graphic that says 1,000 words. New York City’s upstate reservoir system is currently full. Actually, more than full. The reservoirs currently stand at 101.1 percent full, which is roughly 12 percent than the average for this time of year. Seems like a series of big rainstorms last week, combined with the melting snowpack […]

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More on turbidity in Lower Esopus Creek

When you write about a topic that’s as complicated as NYC’s reservoir system, it’s really hard to pack all the details into one story. We tried to be as thorough as possible with our report today (read it here) on the health of the Lower Esopus Creek and how it’s connected to releases, or lack […]

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