Ken Zegel, PE Associate Public Health Engineer Suffolk County Department of Health Services Dear Mr. Zegel, On behalf of Save the Sound, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to protecting and restoring Long Island Sound and its tributary waterways, please accept these comments expressing our strong support for the Suffolk County Subwatersheds Wastewater Plan (SWP) and […]
Whether you were digging in the ground alongside CFE/Save the Sound staff, testifying at the legislature, or supporting our work with your gifts, you’ve done great things for our shared land, air, and water this year. Here are just a few highlights from the work we’ve done together. In the Field Fish migration on the […]
Liz Raisbeck, formerly Sr. Vice President at National Audubon Society, now retired to Groton, shares the story of how local citizens persuaded the Zoning Commission to strengthen drinking water protections. It is rare for town regulatory matters to take on the trappings of soap opera, but that is what happened when Groton’s Zoning Commission (ZC) […]
The City of Danbury has been releasing raw sewage and other chemicals into local waterbodies for more than five years.
CFE/Save the Sound Board members Barbara David and Sara Bronin hosted a gathering at the Town and County Club in Hartford to build connections among concerned residents and environmental advocates opposing a pipeline route through watershed lands.
Water is always at the forefront of our minds—and never more so than on World Water Day! This year’s theme is Water and Energy. How is water related to energy, you ask? Water is related to almost everything we do!
This is the first installment in our “Fridays in the Field” series.
The Town of Bethel is holding a voter referendum today on the sale of Bethel Water Department to Aquarion Water Company.