I live in New York City, so I follow the city’s water both as a citizen and as a professional. I often blog about two key players:
- the Water Board, which sets water and sewer rates
- the Department of Environmental Protection, which runs the water system.
Here are some of the posts:
- 4/27/2012: Testimony on New York’s Water Rate Proposal for 2013
- 3/30/2012: NYC Water Rates for FY 2013: quick take
- 9/15/2011: Water rate or water rates in NYC?
- 8/27/2011: 1/3 of NYC’s wastewater treatment is in the Evacuation Zone for Hurricane Irene
- 8/23/2011: What Carter Strickland means for NYC DEP
- 5/11/2011: Testimony on New York City water rates
- 3/29/2011: National Grid’s deal to get gas from New York wastewater
- 3/25/2011: Fairness in the Water Board’s Mission
- 2/09/2011: What’s New in NYC DEP’s Strategic Plan?
- 2/08/2011: Budgets and new accountability at the DEP
- 12/6/2010: The $280 million mystery of missing water revenue for NYC