Times Beach

A city in Missouri that was abandoned by order of the EPA in 1983, when dangerously high levels of dioxins were identified in the water and soil, resulting from the spraying of dioxin-tainted oils—to control dust on the roads and highways
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He added that there are cameras in Matina Aplaya that monitors the shores of Times Beach and Bago Aplaya.
Travel writer Chris Haslam visited more than 400 beaches around Britain before whittling them down to produce the Sunday Times Beach of the Year 2019.
"It's that quality that makes Castle Beach the runaway winner and the Sunday Times Beach of the Year 2019."
The result was the Sunday Times Beach of the Year awards - the 11th annual Great British Beach Guide published by the national title.
Castle Beach in Tenby has won the battle of the beaches for 2019 - scooping the much-coveted Sunday Times Beach of the Year award.
Castle Beach inTenbyhas come out on top in the battle of the beaches for 2019 - scooping the much-coveted Sunday Times Beach of the Year award.
The 800-meter Davao River bridge project is worth P1.5 billion and will connect Segment B (Times Beach area to Roxas Avenue) of the 18.20-kilometer Davao City Coastal Road Project.
While the recent flooding did not match the level of the 2011 event that killed 31 people when the President was serving as Davao City vice mayor, authorities were alarmed by how fast the water rose in low-lying areas, reaching as deep as 2 feet (0.61 meters) and inundating roads in some portions of Matina Aplaya and Times Beach.
In this lesson plan, the Times Beach Disaster was selected because of it being the largest Dioxin exposure in United States history.
The transformation of the Inner and Outer Harbors, improvements at the Harbor Marina and the Times Beach Nature Preserve and along the Buffalo River, all are due to the tireless advocacy, hard work, organization and funding provided by Higgins and his office.
Synopsis: Winner of the Notre Dame Review Book Prize, "Times Beach" is an ambitious collection of poems by John Shoptaw that evokes the cultural and environmental history of the Mississippi watershed and meditates on how its rivers are ceaselessly shaping, and shaped by, the lives around them.
The revised scheme is aimed at mollifying opposition to the Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation's original plan to build housing next to the environmentally sensitive Times Beach Nature Preserve.