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Water clinic open to Suffolk, Chesapeake | Suffolk News-Herald, February 8, 2019
JCC Planning Commission supports HRSD request for Carter's Grove land | The Virginia Gazette, February 6, 2019
Wawa and HRSD plant expansion: Here's what's on tap for the James City County Planning Commission this week | Williamsburg Yorktown Daily, February 5, 2019
James City Planning Commission to hear HRSD request for Carter's Grove land acquisition | The Virginia Gazette,
February 4, 2019
Suffolk residents pay 2 to 3 times more for water than other South Hampton Roads cities | Virginian-Pilot, January 31, 2019
Project Profile: Replenishing the Potomac Aquifer | Stormwater Magazine, January 28, 2019
HRSD tackles Indian River challenges: 2019 River Stars Eastern Branch Award | Inside Business, January 21, 2019
Sustained Distinguished Performance 2019: Elizabeth River Stars | Inside Business, January 21, 2019
General Assembly bill would add oversight to HRSD's water treatment project | The Virginia Gazette, January 17, 2019
Watermen sue city, HRSD over pollution | Suffolk News Herald, January 5, 2019
Suffolk oysterman sues Suffolk, Hampton Roads Sanitation District over polluted oyster beds | WAVY.com, January 3, 2019

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Primary Media Contact:
Leila Rice, APR
Director of Communications

Phone: 757.460.7056
Cell: 757.642.1321 (after hours and emergencies)
E-mail: lrice@hrsd.com