Dec 30 2008
03:17 pm

Rock is being placed across the Emory River just below the spill to catch the ash where it can be dredged or vacuumed out of the lake.

The Tsunami wave from the spill wiped out docks along the far shore.

TVA contractors are washing the sludge off the banks and collecting it with vacuum booms or skimmer booms.

Everybody is being called in to help.

5 am this morning they were

5 am this morning they were vacuming around Kingston city park.
Guess who has filed a 165 thousand or million dollar lawsuit He is a developer and one of his initial is J

It's 165 Million

500' Weir Is A Nice Crappie Hole

Maybe in about ten years this 500' weir will produce some good crappie habitat. Just trying to put a positive spin on it!


Bad news, C Man

The goal is to capture the ash, pull it out, and restore the bottom contours to pre-spill, as mapped by the ARmy Cors of Engineers. They're gonna take out your weir when everything is done.

Can't win.

Thats Cool...

Thats Cool I've got a few good fishing spots down in your neck of the woods. By the way I saw that barge go by. DUDE thats alotta rock!


Cool pix!

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