New Agreement for Delaware River Water Flow

A long-term agreement has been reached that impacts how much water can be released into the Delaware River.

Earlier this year, the pact between Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and New York City ran out, jeopardizing the upper Delaware.

According to the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, the agreement "supports the outdoor recreation economy of the upper Delaware River through protection of its natural ecology and wild trout fishery."

The new agreement is for 10 years.


  • Robert

    Their the one’s with no teeth down the hallway from you Darnell. Keep your smoke alarm batteries fresh. Sometimes they mess up a batch of meth and start a fire! Have a emergency plan.

  • JD

    Public housing, if you’re on the right meds. What a shame, but oh so true. Glad I kicked myself in the arse when I was young and fought & paid for every square inch of property I now own. Unfortunately, it could all be gone in the blink of an eye, or the stroke of a pen. But, unless or until that happens, I’ll thank God every day for what I have.

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