TOMBIGBEE RIVERBANK EROSION MEETING SET AUG. 31
GROVE HILL, Ala. -- Issues of water management, sedimentation, water craft enforcement, and formation of work committees will be on the agenda, Aug. 31, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., as the Alabama Clean Water Partnership holds its fourth in a series of 10 stakeholder meetings to address stream bank erosion in the Tombigbee Basin.
The meeting will be at the Alfa Office, 148 South Jackson Street (old Highway 43), in Grove Hill.
Representatives from the Army Corps of Engineers will speak on water management issues, and a representative from the Alabama State Marine Police has been invited to discuss enforcement. Working committees will also be formed, time permitting.
Anyone wishing to speak at the meeting will be allowed four minutes to present his or her concerns, etc. Those wishing to speak are urged to have a written statement of their presentation to give to the meeting moderator.
Anyone wishing to turn in a written statement without addressing the meeting may do so. Upon arrival at the meeting, please sign in and state if you would like to speak or just turn in a written statement.
The third meeting on the issue, held July 27 at the West Alabama Environmental Training Center in Livingston, drew more than 50 participants -- up from 16 at the original kickoff meeting.