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Dear Friends and Neighbors,
In response to concerns regarding water quality in China Township I have further information that I would like to share. It’s unfortunate that everyone who reads from sites other than the official China Township Site would be incited before all the facts are out there. The Huron Development Landfill was closed years ago and I was the one who personally got the ball rolling to have it officially closed and capped. That was sorely needed.
Speaking with Steve Demmick, County Environmental Sanitarian, today he noted that the State is testing the landfill site wells first. It will take approximately 6 weeks to see results. Based on their findings, that will identify whether or not additional well testing beyond the site is warranted. Mr. Demmick stated that over the entire state, of those areas that have already been tested, only 1 % tested positive. That is certainly reassuring.
Please rest assured that the wells surrounding that area have been tested periodically. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
China Township Supervisor
To see response dated 4/11/19 from DEQ CLICK HERE
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Press Release #1 Southern St Clair County Flooding:
Current water levels in the St Clair River and its tributaries are causing a serious rise in water levels. Local Emergency management Officials are monitoring water levels round the clock to ensure your safety. Please take any warning given seriously.
Local Emergency Management officials are aware of yards and out structures having water intrusion currently. This is a very dynamic situation and does have the opportunity to change with heavy winds and waves depending on where you are located within the county. Please pay attention to the National Weather Service watches and warnings regarding information in your local area.
Te following locations are providing sandbags to their residents: Clay Twp, Ira Twp, Algonac DPW.
If you need sandbags, please contact your local township or city office.
If you need any non-life threatening assistance related to the flood, please call your local dispatch at (810)985-8115.
Effective Thursday, April 11, 2019 beginning at 8 am; normal loading will resume on all St Clair County Roads. The re-issuance of overweight permits will also resume on April 11, 2019.
The final Belle River Watershed Management Plan – all nine chapters – are now available online at www.sccwater.org. The Plan is available chapter by chapter, as well as the Executive Summary and the Log Jam Management Plan. If you have any questions please contact St. Clair County Health Department, Division of Environmental Health.
Help yourself and your neighbors by keeping an eye out for suspicious vehicles. If any activity seems out of the ordinary, please contact the Sheriff's Department at the non-emergency phone line (810)985-8115.