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ALBANY — Mark McCorkle's comment was wry, but it made his point.

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Southwest Georgia rode out another massive storm system Saturday night and Sunday morning, a system that dumped from 7 to 14 inches of rain on the area and left streets and homes flooded Sunday.

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is launching its seventh annual Campus RainWorks Challenge, a green infrastructure desig…

‘Multiple system failures’ led to sewage spills
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‘Multiple system failures’ led to sewage spills

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Andy Appleton, the vice president of Jacobs Engineering Group, the company that oversees the 112 lift stations and other utilities that are pa…

‘Multiple system failures’ led to sewage spills
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‘Multiple system failures’ led to sewage spills

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Jacobs Engineering Group Senior Vice President Andy Appleton said Tuesday the problem of aging infrastructure in Albany is one that’s shared b…

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The vice president of the engineering firm responsible for the maintenance of the city of Albany’s 112 lift stations that carry the city’s sewage to its waste treatment plant told the Albany City Commission Tuesday recent spills that dumped tens of thousands of gallons of raw sewage into the Flint River were due to “multiple system and equipment failures.”

Flint Riverkeeper lawsuit against TenCate moves forward

Flint Riverkeeper lawsuit against TenCate moves forward

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The lawsuit Flint Riverkeeper has pending against TenCate Protective Fabrics alleging that the company’s Molena plant is illegally sending pol…

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A lawsuit alleging that TenCate has and continues to discharge pollutants into tributaries of the Flint River and onto properties from its fabric dyeing and finishing plant near Molena will move forward after a motion to dismiss the suit failed.

Albany Utility Board recommends equipment purchases

Albany Utility Board recommends equipment purchases

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Albany Utility Board member Bob Hutchinson, left, and Assistant City Manager Phil Roberson get a utilities update prior to Wednesday’s special…