RE: NANFA-- Upper Cahaba Watershed, AL

Crail, Todd (
Thu, 21 Nov 2002 11:20:11 -0500

Nice touch :)

Now, what happens if the EPA get's "re-prioritized", the boss' boss' boss says
"this is inconclusive" and then it has to stick that "we must study this more"
and development continues? Or even worse... "We find no issues with
development in this watershed" ?

-----Original Message-----
From: Bruce Stallsmith

So my cynicism is based on a feeling that this whole process is a feel-good
operation designed to disarm any serious questioning of the status quo.
Local groups like the Cahaba River Society are organizing people to
participate in this process and, for one thing, make any recommendations by
this Study legally binding. The meeting conveners didn't look happy at that
suggestion.... so the struggle continues.
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