Naylor Boat Ramp on schedule by Lowndes County

Lowndes County Chairman Bill Slaughter says the Naylor Boat Ramp is on schedule for completion this fall, provided the Georgia Department of Natural Resources returns the appropriate permits.

At last night’s Lowndes County Commission Regular Sesssion, WWALS president John S. Quarterman displayed the Alapaha River Water Trail brochures, pointing out the Naylor Boat Ramp on the map. He, ok, I, asked what was the status of that project that Lowndes County is building with SPLOST funds.

Nobody answered in the public meeting, but afterwards Commissioner Mark Wisenbaker and Chairman Bill Slaughter said it was currently waiting on GA-DNR, but assuming that went well it was on schedule for this fall.

I told them that was good news!

More here, including some updates about the proposed Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline, to which the Commissioners had no response.

Here’s the video:

Naylor Boat Ramp on schedule by Lowndes County

Video by John S. Quarterman for WWALS Watershed Coalition (WWALS),
Lowndes County, Georgia, .