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Board revisits old method of handling stormwater runoff

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Keep stormwater from running off

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Storm water requires diverse approach

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Water runoff shouldn’t be wasted

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Protect Okanagan Lake from excessive urban runoff

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Stormwater cause of great concern

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Managing stormwater focus of workshop

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Workshop on managing stormwater seeks new ideas

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