January 28, 2003

1) TCWN WORKING FOR YOU!
2 ) NEWS: Bredesen Names Child as Environment Commissioner
3) NEWS: EPA Releases Advanced Notice of Proposed Rule Making Related to Clean Water Act.
4) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Volunteer River Restorationist
5) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION OPPORTUNITY: Learn and Comment on Local Transportation Issues
6) RESOURCE: TDEC'S Hot List of Current and Emerging Issues
7) RESOURCE: TMDL Training Materials Package Available
8) PUBLIC HEARING: TN Water Resources Information Act
9) PUBLIC NOTICE: NPDES Permits
10) PUBLIC NOTICE: TDEC Mining Section NPDES Permits
11) PUBLIC NOTICE: US Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Permit Notices
12) PUBLIC NOTICE: Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit (ARAP) Notices

1)TCWN WORKING FOR YOU! Good Turnout for WQCB Meeting

Many thanks to all that turned out for the Water Quality Control Board meeting on January 21 in Nashville. This meeting was the first opportunity to let the Bredesen administration, TDEC and the Water Quality Control Board know that people in Tennessee want protective water quality standards and a strong anti-degradation policy for Tennessee's higher quality waters.

Public hearings will be held on these regulations throughout the state. Stay tuned for information on the time and locations of these hearings. It is critical that the environmental community stay engaged in this process and speaks out for clean water in Tennessee!

Thanks to these and other attendees of the January 21 meeting:
John Noel, Tennessee Conservation Voters
John McFadden, TSRA's Duck River Project
Lindsey Bland, Red River Watershed Association
Mary Mastin, Save Our Cumberland Mountains and Sierra Club
Paul Sloan
Gwen Griffith, Tennessee Environmental Council
Sandy Kurtz, South Chickamauga Creek Greenways Alliance
Joe McCaleb, Tennessee Clean Water Network
Judy Takats, World Wildlife Fund
Wendy Smith, World Wildlife Fun
Rob Karwedsky, Tennessee Scenic River Association
Loren Launen
Barry Sulkin, TN Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
May Sligh, Environmental Consultant for Tennessee and TCWN
May's mom! (thanks for coming)
Catherine Butcher, Sierra Club
John Rutherford, Tennessee Citizen Action
Gene Cotten, Southwest Williamson County Association and Harpeth River
Watershed Association
Berdelle Campbell, League of Women Voters of Tennessee,
Margo Farnsworth, Cumberland River Compact
Kim Campbell, Tennessee Clean Water Network
Will Callaway, Tennessee Environmental Council
Daniel Boone, Tennessee Scenic River Association

2)NEWS: Bredesen Names Child as Environment Commissioner
Governor-elect Phil Bredesen has named Betsy L. Child as the next commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.

Child, a former senior vice president for the Tennessee Valley Authority, currently serves as senior vice president of philanthropy for Covenant Health, a Knoxville-based hospital system that includes Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center. Child is a former policy director in the Knoxville mayor's office where she dealt with key environmental issues such as waterfront development along the Tennessee River, which included greenway and water-quality initiatives.

The Department of Environment and Conservation is responsible for maintaining and improving the quality of Tennessee's air, land and water. Among other functions, the department manages Tennessee's 53 state parks, issues environmental permits and works with local communities to protect cultural and natural resources.

Before joining Covenant Health, Child served five years -- from 1994 to 1999 -- as senior vice president of economic development for the TVA. She worked from 1993 to 1999 as TVA's vice president of community partnerships. From 1988 to 1993, she served as director of policy development and human services in the Knoxville mayor's office. She headed up alumni programs for the University of Tennessee from 1982 to 1988.

Child, 49, is a native of Springfield, Ill., and has lived in Knoxville since 1982. She is a member of Friends of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and a former board member of Knoxville's Ijams Nature Center. She holds a bachelor's degree and master's degree in education from Middle Tennessee State University.

Source: TDEC News Release January 10, 2003 www.state.tn.us/environment/news/release/2003/Jan/newcommish.shtml

3) NEWS: EPA Releases Advanced Notice of Proposed Rule Making Related to Clean Water Act.
On Wednesday, January 15, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published in the Federal Register their much-anticipated Advance Notice of Proposed Rule Making (ANPRM) related to the jurisdiction of the Clean Water Act. Simultaneously, they released final guidance to their field staff regarding so-called "isolated" wetlands that potentially removes Clean Water Act jurisdiction from 20 million acres of wetlands. Both actions were described as necessary due to a January 2001 Supreme Court ruling known as the "SWANCC" case. You can view the announcement on EPA's web site at http://www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/swanccnav.html and get the ANPRM/guidance document from the Federal Register at
http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/14mar20010800/edocket.access.gpo.gov/2003/03-960.htm


What does it mean?
In short,
-- the guidance abandons Clean Water Act protections for many more wetlands than the Supreme Court said were not protected; and,
-- the ANPRM primarily asks for public feedback on the question of jurisdiction over "isolated, intrastate, non-navigable waters" and on whether and how the term "isolated" should be defined. BUT, it also encourages comments on whether other waters should lose the protection of the Clean Water Act.

Among the more troubling aspects of the ANPRM is an open invitation for polluters to seek further narrowing of the Clean Water Act's jurisdiction. The ANPRM specifically states, "we invite your views as to whether any other revisions are needed to the existing regulations on which waters are jurisdictional under the CWA." This is particularly troubling as EPA and Corps officials testified before Congress last September that they would use this procedure to review whether the Clean Water Act applies to all tributaries to navigable waters, intermittent and ephemeral streams, man-made waterways, and adjacent wetlands.

What happens next?
-- The guidance went into effect when it was printed in the Federal Register on Wednesday, January 15.
-- There is a 45-day public comment period for the ANPRM that ends on March 3. Following the public comment period, the Administration will decide whether or not to pursue a formal rule change regarding the jurisdiction of the Clean Water Act.

What you can do
Call or meet with your elected officials - Call, write or email your Members of Congress (House and Senate). Let them know that you oppose the Bush administration rulemaking and the guidance. Ask them to relay your concerns to the President and to EPA Administrator Whitman and to send their own letters of opposition as well.

Submit comments - A vocal and forceful response from the river community will deliver the message that the Administration must go no further in its efforts to limit Clean Water Act protections. The 45-day public comment period ends on March 3.

Encourage other river conservationists to submit comments - Share the news with your members, volunteers, and colleagues that their voice is an important part of this fight. Encourage them to submit comments.

Encourage your local and regional media to write about this issue - Talk to your local media about the importance of wetlands in your region/state/watershed and the threats from increased development. Highlight for them the open invitation in the ANPRM for polluters to push for additional narrowing of the Clean Water Act's jurisdiction.

Sources: Email from Matt Sicchio, Director of Outreach, American Rivers [email protected] ; phone: 202-347-7550 and
Email from Clean Water Network: Ryan Hamilton, Grassroots Outreach Coordinator, 202-289-2421 and Eddie Scher, Director, 202-289-2385 ([email protected])

4) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Volunteer River Restorationist
Tennessee Scenic Rivers Association & Harpeth River Watershed Association are looking for folks to help restore several rivers & streams. All of the activities revolve around planting trees in the area located next to streams. An updated winter 2003 river restoration schedule is given below.

Please contact John McFadden of TSRA and let him know of any event you plan to attend as the exact times and other details are sometimes not worked out until the last week ([email protected] ; phone/fax 615.374.3744).

Wednesday February 5th: Tree (cedar and wild cherry) harvesting at McFadden's farm in
Lebanon. Take I- 40 to Lebanon/Watertown exit. Go toward Lebanon to the
third traffic light. This is Hartsville Pike, turn right and proceed 10
miles to Speck Road. The sign was mowed down by a car in the last snow, so
when you reach the 141 market, Speck Road is the next left. Go about ¾ of a
mile down Speck road to the barn house on the right in the curve. Will begin around 12:30 and finish when we finish or before dark - whichever comes first.

Friday February 7th (School Groups): Aenon Creek - Springhill, Tn. Chapman's Retreat development. Will begin at 9:am and end at 2:00.

Saturday February 8th (TSRA/HRWA adult volunteers): Aenon Creek - Springhill, Tn. Chapman's Retreat development. Will begin at 9:am and end at 2:00.

Friday February 14th (School Groups): McCutcheon Creek - Springhill, Tn. Private landowner. Will begin at 9:am and end at 2:00.

Saturday February 15th (TSRA/HRWA adult volunteers): McCutcheon Creek - Springhill, Tn. Private landowner. Will begin at 9:am and end at 2:00.

Saturday March 15th: Little Harpeth River - Warner parks - Nashville.

Friday March 21st (school groups): Little Harpeth River - Brentwood Tn

Saturday March 22nd (TSRA/HRWA adult volunteers): Little Harpeth River - Brentwood Tn

DRESS VERY WARM, WEAR BOOTS AND GLOVES, AND BRING LUNCH AND SHOVELS IF YOU'VE GOT THEM!

Source: E-mail by John McFadden

5) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION OPPORTUNITY: Learn and Comment on Local Transportation Issues
Do you feel that the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is out of touch with the citizens of Tennessee? Are you tired of seeing the construction of expensive, unwanted and unneeded highways despoiling our beautiful countryside? Would you like to be involved with a grassroots effort to bring passenger rail, improved mass transit and
more thoughtful transportation planning of both roads and alternative means of Transportation to Tennessee?

If you answer "yes" to any of the above questions, you are encouraged to attend the meetings listed below and share your concerns.

Saturday, February 8, 2003 (time)
(location) Memphis, TN

Saturday, February 15, 2003 (time)
(location) Knoxville, TN

The purpose of these public gatherings is to learn about local transportation issues from the folks who have been working on them, to meet and network with like-minded members of our community, to receive input from the community in shaping a successful campaign, and to figure out first steps. Grassroots tools and resources will be provided.

Here is a tentative agenda:

1) Introductions and getting acquainted
2) Local road fights and transportation issues
3) Campaign background presented by organizer Jeff Barrie
4) Group discussion. Topic: what do you see as problems and/or benefits of the current TDOT, and with transportation in general in Tennessee.
5) Unveiling and Discussion of TDOT reform platform: What does it mean to "reform" TDOT?
6) Discussion/work groups: How do we organize a successful campaign? Delegate tasks.

These meetings are free and open to the public. Bring a friend, and please arrive on time.
Please RSVP to Jeff Barrie at [email protected] or call 615-438-5060.

Source: Email from Jeff Barrie

6) RESOURCE: TDEC'S Hot List of Current and Emerging Issues
To access Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation's newest hot list of current and emerging enviroment and conservation issues in Tennessee for the transition with the Bredesen administration, go to http://www.tdec.net/epo/hotlist.htm.

In this issue, a calendar of potential hot issue events for 2003 has been included to better inform citizens of their opportunities to participate in state policy activities.

If you have any questions or comments about the hot list, please contact the Hot List Editor, Melanie Catania at [email protected] or call 615-253-4069.

Source: Email from G. Dodd Galbreath, Director of Policy, TDEC


7) RESOURCE: TMDL Training Materials Package Available
There is now a way to spread the skills and energy needed to create a strong TMDL program in your state.

The Clean Water Network has created a TMDL Training Package that can be used to create anything from a one or two day stand-alone training to a simple session at a meeting you've already planned. The training package uses the Network's TMDL handbook (The Ripple Effect), local information, and actual TMDLs to make the problem and the solution real for people.

The TMDL Training Package includes:

· A PowerPoint presentation -- structured to make it easy to insert local
information.
· A teaching manual to help you with the art of teaching about TMDLs.
· Several handouts with information on regulations and more.
· Small group exercise worksheets to help make your training active and fun.
· The full text of The Ripple Effect handbook, which guides citizen activists through the entire TMDL process.
· Sample agendas and registration forms to use as models.
· And much, much more.

You can use the materials to host your own citizen training, to speak at other's meetings, to train interns to do your TMDL reviews (wink) and much more. Network staff are also available to conduct trainings with you - contact them to find out more.

The TMDL Training Package will be available in mid-February. Order your copy today! Contact Merritt at [email protected] or 208-345-7776.

Source: Email from Merritt Frey, Watershed Restoration Program Director, Clean Water Network, Idaho Office


8) PUBLIC HEARING: TN Water Resources Information Act
TDEC has announced a hearing before the Division of Water Supply Staff representing the Water Quality Control Board of the TN Department of Environment and Conservation to hear comments from the public concerning proposed rules under the Tennessee Water Resources Information Act pursuant to T.C.A. Sections 69-8-301 et seq. TDEC drafted the proposed rules primarily to incorporate into state regulation requirements for the registration of water withdrawals. This proposal includes the requirement for registering the withdrawal, the manner of calculation of the volume withdrawn, and the reporting requirements.

The hearing will be conducted in the manner prescribed by the Uniform Administrative Procedures Act, Tennessee Code Annotated Section 4-5-204. The hearing will take place at the L&C Tower, 401 Church Street, 17th Floor Conference Room - Side A, Nashville, TN at 10:00 AM CST, February 18, 2003.

Written comments will be considered if received at the Division of Water Supply, 401 Church Street, Nashville, TN 37243-1549 by the close of business February 28, 2003.

Source: www.state.tn.us/environment/dws/index

9) PUBLIC NOTICE: NPDES Permits
TDEC has posted the following draft environmental permits to solicit comments and information necessary to evaluate the potential impact of the proposed activities on human health and the environment. Submit comments by mail to TDEC, Division of Water Pollution Control, 6th Floor, L&C Tower, 401 Church St., Nashville, TN 37243, Attn: Public Notice Coordinator; by fax at (615)532-0503; or by email at [email protected] Comments must be received by February 17, 2003

Individual NPDES Permits
Proposed Reissuances
Applicant: Niles Ferry Industrial Park STP
Permit Number: TN0058238 Major Discharger: No
Location: 137 Tellico Port Road, Monroe County, Vonore, TN 37885
Description of Activity: Treatment of domestic sewage
Effluent Description: Treated domestic wastewater from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Little Tennessee River at mile 18.6
Facility latitude: 35.608055 Facility longitude: -84.218888

Applicant: Dutch Valley Elementary School
Permit Number: TN0057878 Major Discharger: No
Location: 1044 Dutch Valley Elementary School, Anderson Co., Clinton, TN 37716
Description of Activity: Extended aeration
Effluent Description: Treated domestic wastewater from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Unnamed tributary at mile 2.2 to Brushy Fork Creek at mile 11.1
Facility latitude: 36.124444 Facility longitude: -84.204722

Applicant: Scotts Hill Apparel
Permit Number: TN0028916 Major Discharger: No
Location: 10225 Hwy 100, Henderson Co., Scotts Hill, TN 38347
Description of Activity: Extended aeration
Effluent Description: Treated domestic wastewater from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Mile 0.2 of an unnamed tributary to Flat Creek at mile 6.1
Facility latitude: 35.508333 Facility longitude: -88.202778

Applicant: Cleveland Utlities Water Treatment Plan
Permit Number: TN0004642 Major Discharger: No
Location: 481 Dry Valley Road, NE, Bradley Co., Cleveland, TN 37320
Description of Activity: Drinking water treatment plant
Effluent Description: Treated drinking water that does not meet turbidity limits from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Wet weather conveyance at mile 0.53 to Little Chatata Creek at mile 1.6
Facility latitude: 35.219167 Facility longitude: -84.791111

Applicant: Pulaski Rubber Plant
Permit Number: TN0003441 Major Discharger: No
Location: 500 South 11th Street, Giles Co., Pulaski, TN 38478
Description of Activity: Tires and inner tubes
Effluent Description: Noncontact cooling water from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Richland Creek at mile 24.5
Facility latitude: 35.197222 Facility longitude: -87.046667

Applicant: International Comfort Products Corporation (USA)
Permit Number: TN0002445 Major Discharger: No
Location: 650 Heil Quaker Avenue, Marshall Co., Lewisburg, TN 37091
Description of Activity: Manufacture of residential and light commercial heating and air conditioning systems.
Effluent Description: Treated contaminated groundwater from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Snell Branch at mile 1.6 to Big Rock Creek at mile 15.5
Facility latitude: 35.461111 Facility longitude: -86.800000


Proposed Terminations
Applicant: Maymead Shop
Permit Number: TN0074641 Major Discharger: No
Location: 2868 Roan Creek Road, Johnson Co., Mountain City, TN 37683
Description of Activity: Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks
Effluent Description: Truck and equipment washing and storm water runoff from Outfall 001
Receiving Stream: Roan Creek at mile 15.6
Facility latitude: 36.418333 Facility longitude: -81.833611


Source: http://www.state.tn.us/environment/wpc/wpcppo/mdi/index.html

10) PUBLIC NOTICE: TDEC Mining Section NPDES Permits
TDEC Mining Section has posted the following proposals to issue, reissue, deny or terminate National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits as listed below. These permits authorize and regulate discharges of treated wastewater and/or storm water from mining and processing facilities, including access roads and haul roads located within the affected areas. Send comments to TDEC Mining Section, Attn: Public Notice Coordinator, 2700 Middlebrook Pike, Suite 220, Knoxville, TN 37921 by FEBRUARY 21, 2003

Non-Coal Proposed Reissuances
H. C. Spinks Clay Company, Inc., P.O. Box 820, Paris, TN 38242. Mine 28 - Wilbanks, NPDES Permit TN0071951. This existing ball clay mine discharges treated wastewater and storm water into dry tributaries of Capps Branch and the Middle Fork Obion River in Weakley County. The operator has submitted certification that the facility is representative of currently approved plans. There are no changes in wastewater treatment, monitoring points, or acreage.

Rinker Materials South Central, Inc., P. O. Box 2389, Knoxville, TN 37901-2389. Coy Stone and Concrete Plants, NPDES Permit TN0071030. This existing limestone processing facility discharges treated wastewater and stormwater into an unnamed tributary to Mossy Creek in Jefferson County.

Non-Coal Proposed Modification and Reissuance
Lauderdale County Highway Department, P. O. Box 237, Ripley, TN 38063. County gravel mine, NPDES Permit TN0071902. This existing gravel mine discharges treated wastewater and storm water into Tisdale Creek. This modification is for an increase in permit acreage. This permit was transferred to Lauderdale County Highway Dept. in June of 2002.

Non-Coal Proposed Modification
Vulcan Construction Materials, LP, Airpark II - Suite B-19, 1410 Donelson Pike, Nashville, TN 37217. Parson Quarry, NPDES Permit TN0027782. This existing limestone quarry and processing facility discharges treated wastewater and storm water into an unnamed tributary to Short Creek and Dirty Creek in Decatur County. The operator proposes to increase the permitted area by 23.0 acres.

Non-Coal Notification of Transfer
Poplar Springs Gravel Company, P. O. Box 348, Galloway, TN 38036. North Plant Area 6, NPDES Permit TN0071692. This existing sand and gravel mining facility discharges treated wastewater and storm water into Cane Creek in Fayette County. The permit was previously transferred to Frank Climer and Sons.

Non-Coal Proposed Terminations
French Broad Sand & Gravel, Inc., 310 Bear Creek Road, New Tazewell, TN 37825. Sand Dredge and Processing Facility, NPDES Permit TN0063096. This permit authorizing the discharge of treated wastewater and storm water into the French Broad River in Knox County is proposed for termination. Mining activities have concluded at the sand dredge and processing operation. The wastewater treatment structure has been removed and the site stabilized.

T. C. Stone, Inc., P. O. Box 437, Charleston, TN 37310. Georgetown Quarry, NPDES Permit TN0071234. This permit authorizing the discharge of treated wastewater and storm water into the North Fork Gunstocker Creek in Hamilton County is proposed for termination. This operation was never developed and there is not discharge of wastewater. An NPDES permit is not required.

Van Buren County Highway Department, P. O. Box 106, Spencer, TN 38585. Van Buren County Quarry, NPDES Permit TN0066575. This permit, authorizing the discharge of treated wastewater and storm water into Lost Cove Creek in Van Buren County, is proposed for termination. The county no longer engages in the excavation and processing of rock material at the quarry. The site will remain open and be covered under the "Tennessee Multi-Sector General Storm Water Permit for Industrial Activity" (TMSP).

Coal Proposed Reissuances
Hood Coal Corporation, P. O. Box 97, Jamestown, TN 38556. Tar Gap Mine, NPDES Permit TN0071897, SMCRA Permit 3061. This existing surface coal mine discharges treated wastewater and storm water into Gwinn Cove and unnamed tributaries to East Fork Obed River in Fentress County.

New River Processing, Inc., 130 Coal Street, Huntsville, TN 37756. Tipple 2, NPDES Permit TN0053848, SMCRA Permit 3028. This existing coal preparation and tippling facility discharges treated wastewater and storm water into Cove Creek in Campbell County.

Coal Proposed Termination
U. S. Coal, Inc., 130 Coal Street, Huntsville, TN 37765. Deep Mine 3-2, NPDES Permit TN0051284, SMCRA 82-179. This permit authorizing the discharge of treated wastewater and storm water into an unnamed tributary to Smoky Creek in Scott County in proposed for termination. This reclaimed surface area for an underground coal mining operation has been granted Phase III bond release by the Federal Office of Surface Mining (OSM). The site also meets the Division's requirements for NPDES permit termination.

Source: http://www.state.tn.us/environment/wpc/wpcppo/mining/index.html

11) PUBLIC NOTICE: US Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Permit Notices
The following is a list of Public Notices issued by the US Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District has issued for work in waters of the United States. The notices listed are for applications currently under review. All work is proposed unless otherwise noted. If you wish to obtain a copy of a particular notice, you can contact our office at (615) 369-7500 or by mail and we will be happy to forward it to you. Be sure to include the Public Notice Number with your request.

U.S. Army Engineer District, Nashville
Corps of Engineers
Attention: Regulatory Branch
3701 Bell Road
Nashville, Tennessee 37214
Notice No.
02-76 - Expires 2/9/2003, Rex Trent, Proposed Wetland Fill, Reedy Creek, Sullivan County, TN
02-79 - Expires 2/7/2003, David Peek, Proposed and Existing Wetland Fill and Proposed Channel Relocation, Trib to Flint Creek, Opposite TRM 310.0L, Morgan County, AL
02-82 - Expires 2/6/2003, City of Dayton, Proposed Fixed Community Dock and Bank Stabilization, Richland Creek, Opposite TRM 504.4R, Chickamauga Lake, in Rhea County, TN

Source: http://www.orn.usace.army.mil/cof/notices.htm

12) PUBLIC NOTICE: Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit (ARAP) Notices
The following is a list of Public Notices from TDEC of permitting decisions, public hearings, and rulemaking activities. Public comment and participation are encouraged on all of these issues. Comments must be received within 30 days of the date that the notice is posted. Comments on any issue are welcome at any time and may be made by sending e-mail to [email protected]

January 9, 2003
NRS 02.324 Loudon County approximately 15,000 linear feet of 8-inch gravity flow sewer. There will be 11 crossings of an unnamed tributary of Hines Creek that parallels Highway 70 Northwest of Eaton Crossroads.

NRS 02.378 Nestlé Waters of North America, Inc. Floodwater retarding structures, Two unnamed tributaries to Long Hungry Creek and one unnamed tributary to Salt Lick Creek near Red Boiling Springs in Macon County

NRS 02.385 TDOT SR 24 Intersection Widening at Maple Avenue and East Broad Street, Wetland Impact, Stream Relocation and Impact, Putnam County (TDOT# 71952-1531-94)

NRS 02.399 TDOT SR 171 (Mt. Juliet Road) Widening, Wetland Impacts and Stream Impact, Wilson County (TDOT# 95063-1217-04)

NRS 02.434 TDOT State Route 125 Bridge & Approaches over Porters Creek Overflow @t LM 7.32 and Dry Branch @LM 7.95 Hardeman County, Wetland Impact (TDOT# 35009-1227-94)

NRS 02.450 TDOT Lake Hardeman Road (Route 0866) Bridge and Approaches over Spring Creek Overflow, Wetland Impact, Hardeman County (TDOT#35018-1409-94)

NRS 02-460 West Wilson Utility District; relocate 350 feet of existing waterline through jurisdictional wetland, Isolated wetlands adjacent to the east side of Mt. Juliet Road Mt. Juliet, Wilson County

NRS 02.311 David Fiser; 0.22-acre of wetland fill and two road crossings for a total of 95 feet of encapsulation, unnamed tributary to Ten Mile Creek, Knox County

Source: http://www.state.tn.us/environment/wpc/wpcppo/arap/index.html


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