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From Second and State: The Week Ahead – June 16-20, 2014

The House and Senate will be back in session Monday, June 16 at 1:00 p.m. As June – otherwise dubbed “budget month” – ticks away, both chambers have four session days scheduled next week, and the House Appropriations...more

Exemption for Construction of Water and Sewer Lines

The PA Department of Revenue has renewed a ruling that a contractor may claim exemption for certain items installed in the construction of water and sanitary sewer lines for a private developer where the sewer lines will be...more

New York Holds Water Which Backs Up Is Covered If It Originated On The Insured Premises

Last week, in Pichel v. Dryden Mutual Ins. Co., — N.Y.S. 2d —, 2014 WL 1923736 (May 15, 2014), an intermediate level appellate panel in New York brought the state into line with the interpretation of water backup adopted by a...more

Regional Stormwater Systems: How Should They Be Structured and Financed?

In the world of water and sewage, there are three general types of systems: A "water system" is for drinking water. Raw water is taken from a collection point (for example, a river, a lake or an underground aquifer)...more

NJ Enacts Law Extending Time For Adoption Of WQM Plans To Avoid Withdrawal Of Sewer Service Areas

On January 16, 2014, Gov. Christie signed legislation (A-4531) that provides additional time for county planning agencies to submit regional water quality management (WQM) plans to the New Jersey Department of Environmental...more

Client Alert: PCB Discharges Prompt DHEC Emergency Regulation

On September 25, 2013 the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) filed an emergency regulation (Regulation) in response to multiple occurrences of illegal dumping of substances containing...more

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