Category Archives: Madison/Nakoma Road storm water pond

Madison Plans to Repair Cherokee Drive Storm Water Channel

The City of Madison Engineering Division has announced its intention to re-grade and stabilize portions of the erosion-prone Cherokee Drive (Nakoma Park) storm water channel on the west side of Nakoma Park, just below Cherokee Drive.  A public information meeting … Continue reading

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Cherokee Drive Storm Water Channel

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Madison Engineering Division Considering Additional Sites for Aluminum Sulfate Application

Watershed planners are recommending that either the Odana Golf Course Pond or the Secret Pond storm water pond in the UW-Madison Arboretum be considered as potential sites for the addition of alum to capture phosphorous in storm water runoff.  This … Continue reading

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Madison Engineer Reveals Social Experiment Intent of Alum Application

Proposal Designed to Test Public Acceptance of Treating Rainfall As If It Were Part of Sanitary Sewer System Weakened Commitment to Promote Rainfall Infiltration Signals Policy Shift The City of Madison Engineering Division has designed its alum application trial project … Continue reading

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What’s Going On In Scummy Pond?

During these Take a Stake in the Lakes Days, it might be a good idea to look at local efforts to protect and restore Lake Wingra and the wetlands that surround it. Of special interest to this blog is the … Continue reading

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