FULTON COUNTY'S EMERGING SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Abstract:Fulton County has embarked on an extensive effort to address the surface water issues created by stormwater runoff. Utilizing five of the nations top consulting firms, Fulton County has expended nearly 16 million in stormwater master planning, assessing water quality and developing an inventory of the surface water conveyance system for about half of the (unincorporated) county. The resulting Water Resource Management Plans provide the foundation for a 15-year program to improve the surface waters of Fulton County.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2001-01-01
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