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Wednesday, June 16, 2004

New photos taken yesterday indicate that erosion control methods used have failed


Failed Erosion Control Posted by Hello

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Reports that cove cleanup by developer is underway appears to be premature


Cove Debris Posted by Hello

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More Failed Erosion Control Posted by Hello

We’ve Made the Texas Water Quality Inventory and The 303(d) List!

And That’s not good

The 303(d) List identifies waters for which preventive measures—such as the permits that limit discharges of wastewater and the technology used by the dischargers—are not sufficient to achieve water quality standards.

SegID: 0812 West Fork Trinity River Above Bridgeport Reservoir
Water body location: From a point immediately upstream of the confluence of Bear Hollow in Jack County to SH 79 in Archer
County
Category: 5b
Category Parameter Area Rank
5b chloride Lower 25 miles of segment S
5b depressed dissolved oxygen Lower 25 miles of segment S
5b total dissolved solids Lower 25 miles of segment S
5b chloride Upper 60 miles of segment S
5b total dissolved solids Upper 60 miles of segment S

(Note Category 5b Means: A review of the water quality standards will be conducted
before a TMDL is scheduled)

SegID: 0810 West Fork Trinity River Below Bridgeport Reservoir
Water body location: From a point 0.6 km (0.4 miles) downstream of the confluence of Oates Branch in Wise County to Bridgeport
Dam in Wise County

Category: 5c
5c bacteria Lower 25 miles of segment D

(Note Category 5c Means: Additional data and information will be collected before a TMDL is scheduled.)

For details on the 303-d List go to
http://www.tnrcc.state.tx.us/water/quality/04_twqi303d/04_303d/04_303d.pdf




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