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Worker Injured After Getting Caught in Mulch Grinder


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A worker has been hospitalized after becoming stuck in a mulch grinder in Newtown, Ohio. The employee was working at the Evans Stone Works, when he became entangled in the grinder. Fellow wor   More
 
Friday, February 28, 2014

Commercial Landscaper Sued for Contract Breach and Negligence


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A business in Galveston County, Texas, is suing a commercial landscape contractor after forming a subcontract agreement with them. Beale Corporation LLC filed a lawsuit recently in the Galveston Cou   More
 
Friday, February 28, 2014

Golf Course Stealing Water?


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A country club in Dallas, Texas, stands accused of stealing water for several decades. The Prestonwood Country Club is accused of using water to irrigate its golf course in Plano, diverting Dallas-own   More
 
Thursday, February 27, 2014

Residents Angry About Paying to Clean Contaminated Aquifers


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Residents in Park Rapids, Minnesota, will have a rather unwelcome surprise in their next water bill--it will be about 25 percent higher, to pay for a new water treatment plant. This is needed becaus   More
 
Thursday, February 27, 2014

New Irrigation Water Rates Spark Debate


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A debate over water irrigation rates sparked a lively discussion, as city council members in Port Richey, Florida, recently revisited the issue. The city’s first water rate hike in nearly a de   More
 
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Turfgrass Expert Looks to Preserve and Conserve the Green


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Studying and researching ways to preserve green spaces in places like New Mexico, where water scarcity is a big problem, is the passion of New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service Spe   More
 
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Firewood Supplies Down


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Recent ice and snowstorms may have taken down many trees in the East and Midwest. But firewood still remains in short supply, at least in Pennsylvania. This is proving to be a problem for those peop   More
 
Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Water Corporation Gets Blasted For Risky Business


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An abuse of public funds in Newark, New Jersey, is being investigated for what officials call years of “poor oversight.” The state comptroller's office findings, revealed in a report, said    More
 
Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Contractor Sentenced for Hiding Money from the IRS


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A business owner has been fined and sentenced to prison for failing to report millions of dollars on his tax returns. Jeremey Scott Levine, owner of JSL Construction and Landscaping in Newport Beach,    More
 
Monday, February 24, 2014

Replacing Pavement with Landscaping


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In a city known for its environmentalism and water conservation, some San Franciscans are going back to nature. After decades during which residents paved over their front yards, a number have deci   More
 
Monday, February 24, 2014