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Alberta Watershed Improvements, Phase 2

Alberta Watershed Improvements, Phase 2

Alberta Watershed Improvements, Phase 2 The Alberta Watershed Improvements, Phase 2 project, consists of the installation of approximately 3,640 linear feet of storm drain with diameters ranging from 24” to 54”, paving of Alberta Dr. from Saratoga to NM528, installation of curb and gutters along Alberta Dr., and associated manholes and curb inlets for stormwater […]

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Bosque de Bernalillo Water Quality Project

Bosque de Bernalillo Water Quality Project

SSCAFCA has Completed Construction of a New Water Quality and Arroyo Improvement Project: the Bosque de Bernalillo Water Quality Project!   For Detailed Project Information Including Video Time-Lapse Footage, see our LinkedIn Article HERE   TOTAL PROJECT COST (Incl. NMGRT) = $725,157.97   Special thanks to our Legislators for securing $345,000 through State Capital Outlay […]

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STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR MS4 NPDES PERMIT

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR MS4 NPDES PERMIT

The Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) for SSCAFCA’s MS4 NPDES Permit is now available for public review and comment. SSCAFCA will receive comments from the public on the draft report until November 23, 2016.  The final SWMP will be submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency on December 1, 2016.  Please provide any comments in written form.  […]

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ZIKA

ZIKA

ZIKA in New Mexico? Because cases of Zika,that were transmitted by mosquitos, have been found in the United States we know that citizens will be concerned about mosquitos in our area. In New Mexico there have been four reported cases of Zika, that were acquired while traveling abroad. And mosquito species known to be able to transmit Zika have been […]