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Do you know where your drinking water comes from?
Click on the video below.
The Grace Communications Foundation produced this short video about the challenges to protect Long Island’s water supply.
What is an "illicit discharge"?
An illicit discharge is any discharge to a road drain, pond or creek that is not composed entirely of stormwater.
An illicit discharge could be:
· someone dumping or dropping a pollutant (automobile fluids, paint etc) into a road drain or a creek;
· an illicit connection into the conveyance system, like a sewer pipe connected to a road drain; or
· a pipe that bypasses the septic system and directly discharges into a creek or bay.
If you see something you think may be an illicit discharge, you should call the town’s Stormwater Officer at 749-0772.
For more information on illicit discharge enforcement, click here.
How does the Town handle these cases?
The Town has a program for responding to calls, whether on the weekends or during the day or night.
I’ve heard about Stormwater Best Management Practices? What does that mean and why should I care?
Stormwater can pick up pollution as it runs across the ground and roads, and carries those pollutants to our creeks, bays and the underground aquifer which is our drinking water. The pollutions harms the shellfish, can contribute to brown tide, and hurt your health.
Can I get some specific information about stormwater runoff on Shelter Island?
The Town of Shelter Island and Village of Dering Harbor are preparing a Stormwater Management Study. So far, the Inventory of the current issues, policies and laws has been prepared. The next steps are to come up with solutions for problems, together with a way to prioritize and find funding to implement the solutions.
I’ve heard talk about an MS4 Committee? What does that mean and what do they do?
A number of town officials meet regularly to discuss stormwater issues (also referred to as MS4 pursuant to the federal/state legislation that requires the town to deal with stormwater issues).
Minutes of the meetings are available below.
MS4-April 15, 2013
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