The headlines were eye-catching. The state Department of Natural Resources (better known as simply the DNR) was headed toward demanding a reduction of up to two-thirds in storm water runoff in the Hinkson Creek watershed.
DNR's initial-laden language clouds understanding of Hinkson Creek
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