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June 2014

SRBC Met June 5: Approved 13 Project Applications and Changes To Regulatory Program and Information Technology Services Fees, Adopted Water Resources Program Read More

May 2014

SRBC To Meet in Entriken, PA on June 5, 2014 to Vote on 20 Project Applications, Proposed Fee Changes, Water Resources Program

SRBC will conduct its next public business meeting Thursday, June 5, 2014, at Lake Raystown Resort, Lodge & Conference Center, River Birch Ballroom, 3101 Chipmunk Crossing, Entriken, Pa.  16638. The meeting will convene at 9:00 a.m. Read More

SRBC Sets May 8 Public Hearing on Water Project Applications, Proposed Fee Changes, Comprehensive Plan Updates - Written Comments Accepted Through May 19, 2014

SRBC will conduct a public hearing on May to accept public comments on applications for a diversion of water and several water withdrawals, proposed fee schedules, and updates to the Comprehensive Plan. Read More

March 2014

SRBC Issues Solicitation for Projects: Water Sources For Consumptive Use Mitigation

SRBC today released a Solicitation for Projects (SFP): Water Sources for Consumptive Use Mitigation Within The Susquehanna River Basin. Read More.

SRBC Met March 6: Approved 12 Project Applications, Adopted Final Regulations Pertaining to Revised Emergency Water Use Provisions Read More


February 2014

SRBC to Meet in Harrisburg on March 6 to Vote on 19 Project Applications, Rulemaking Action on Revised Emergency Water Use Provisions

SRBC will conduct its next public business meeting Thursday, March 6, 2014, at the North Office Building, Hearing Room 1 (ground level), North Street (at Commonwealth Avenue), Harrisburg, Pa. 17120. The meeting will convene at 8:30 a.m. Read More

SRBC Releases Second Data Report for its Remote Water Quality Monitoring Network

SRBC released its second data report (mdw.srbc.net/remotewaterquality/reports.htm) on water quality conditions in small watersheds in the Marcellus shale region of the Susquehanna River Basin. Read More


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