‘Sewage summit’ rescheduled
State Delegate Harvey Morgan has rescheduled a meeting with state and local officials to discuss the county’s proposed wastewater treatment plant for Saluda. Snow cancelled the first scheduled meeting.
Del. Morgan is bringing together representatives from several agencies in order to get a dialogue on the sewage plant issue. The meeting is not open to the public.
The meeting will be held Tuesday, April 14, at 10:30 a.m at the Cooks Corner Office Complex and will be attended by Jeremy Kazio of the Department of Environmental Quality; Robert Wayland, a member of the State Water Control Board; Robert Croonenberghs, director of Division of Shellfish Sanitation, Department of Health; Robert Crump, chairman of the Middlesex Board of Supervisors; Charles M. Culley, Middlesex County Administrator; Janet Smith, Urbanna Town Council Member; Andy Bury, Urbanna Town Attorney; Jim Pyne of the Hampton Roads Sanitation Division; and citizens Sean Kemple, Bob Burnley and Bob Montague.
Under the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, the meeting is not required to be open to the public.
The State Water Control Board is expected to make a decision on the sewage plant discharge permit application when it meets on April 27-28 in Richmond.
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