Tue
Dec 11 2007
03:47 pm

And into the Clinch River which enters Watts Bar Lake where I can see it from my office.

Randy Neal of KnowViews has a post at FacingSouth that deals with the ongoing efforts to fix a mess made over 50 years ago. It shows that just because there's awar on, you just can't ignore the future.


Anatomy of what's happening upstream of us.

Wow

I followed several links back, including the EPA data, wow.

EPA identifed the SuperFund site as being in Anderson Co. yet the most recent public notice includes this:

The ROD lays out requirements for the DOE to report to the Roane County Register of Deeds all boundaries and restrictions, and includes other controls such as signs, surveillance patrols, and permit programs.

That got me questioning how many SuperFund sites are in Roane County? Are there varying degrees of SuperFund sites?

Actually, I want to know something else

I want someone to ask the Register of Deeds to give us a report on all boundaries and restrictions.

I think there are people who don't know their kids probably shouldn't be playing in the mud alongside their lakehouse.

Yes, the mouth of White Oak

Yes, the mouth of White Oak Creek and the dam are in Roane County. I've noticed that many people assume anything to do with Oak Ridge is in Anderson County.

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