WWALS Watershed Coalition advocates for conservation and stewardship of the Withlacoochee, Willacoochee, Alapaha, Little, Santa Fe, and Suwannee River watersheds in south Georgia and north Florida through education, awareness, environmental monitoring, and citizen activities.
the letter DOAH sent Friday 4 September 2015
that we received on paper yesterday.
Fortunately, it’s also
along with the rest of
Case No: 15-004975.
It’s been assigned Judge Bram D. E. Canter.
STATE OF FLORIDA
DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
Case No. 15-4975
WWALS WATERSHED COALITION, INC.,
SABAL TRAIL TRANSMISSION. LLC AND DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION,
Any document filed with DOAH by a party represented by an attorney shall be
filed by electronic means through eALJ located at www.doah.state.fl.us.
Parties not represented by an attorney may file by electronic means through eALJ. Any document filed through eALJ shall include the filing party’s e-mail address and be served upon all other parties. All pleadings and motions must contain the DOAH style and case number.
THE AGENCY OR, WHERE THE AGENCY IS NOT A PARTY, THE PETITIONER SHALL COORDINATE
WITH ALL PARTIES AND PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WITHIN SEVEN DAYS Continue reading →
The Hazardous Site Inventory (HSI) is a list of sites in Georgia where there has been a known or suspected release of a regulated substance above a reportable quantity and which have yet to show they meet state clean-up standards. The HSI is published annually by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. The new interactive Map uses the familiar Google Maps interface and includes basic information about each site as well as links to individual Site Summary pages. More information about the HSI, including the Google Maps feature, is available at:
Follow that link and you’ll find an interactive map plus an introduction and
lists by name, county, site number, and class.
Not all the hazardous sites shown above are in WWALS territory.
For comparison, Continue reading →
Thanks, Emily and Henry, and to the City of Valdosta for all your efforts.
But could somebody please update the schedule
on Valdosta’s website?
Subject: COV Sanitary Sewer System Improvement Update
Good afternoon Chris,
Thank you for reaching out to me today for an update on the sewer
improvements that the City has underway. We have continued to make
substantial progress since our meeting back in March that you
attended. As discussed then, the city has two major projects
underway. One is a $36 million dollar Force Main project and the
other is a $23 million dollar Plant Relocation. As of today, the
Force Main project is 5 months ahead of the July 2016 schedule and
the Plant Relocation is 16 months ahead of schedule. Both projects
are tracking a timeline to be complete and online around February
2016. Please note that we have not had any overflow or major permit
violations at the wastewater treatment plant since making the
emergency repairs in February 2014.
Below is a quick summary of an update I recently received in
reference to the sewer manhole overflows: Continue reading →