A storm water management plan is being developed by the Center for Sustainable Communities at Temple University for three urban watersheds in Ambler, Upper Dublin and Whitpain, according to an article in the Ambler Gazette.
The information from the study will "help to redefine floodplain maps and a develop new storm ordinance."
"The research is part of a regional watershed study and that the Ambler area is part of the Wissahickon watershed," according to Jeffrey Featherstone in the article.
The three main tributaries for the plan will be Rose Valley Creek, Tannery Run, and Stuart Farm Creek.
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