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Meisner Road between King Road and Indian Trail will be under construction starting on July 15, 2019. This construction should last approximately 7 days. The road will remain open with single lane closures.
July 13, 2019
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
Here is the promised informational piece from the State........
I was also told that Friday July 12th, the letters were sent out to those residents whose wells will be tested, those whose wellheads are within a half-mile from the Landfill. Be watching your mailbox.
Hope to see you at the meeting.
China Township Supervisor
Letter Received in the mail on July 12, 2019 from EGLE:
This is a copy of the letter that was received from EGLE on June 24, 2019
Here is a copy of an email from EGLE dated June 25, 2019
Date: Tue, Jun 25, 2019 8:25 AM
Subject:Metals in the groundwater
As we have discussed in the past, metals are naturally occurring in our environment and when you sample for metals in groundwater you typically get detection of dissolved metals in the water.
Senior Environmental Quality Analyst
Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
To see the results from the Vista Analytical Laboratory click here: CLICK HERE
To see a map of testing area: CLICK HERE
Letter from EGLE dated May 7, 2019 Click here
For more information regarding the land fill click Supervisor's Office
St Clair County Local State of Emergency Declared:
Jeffrey Bohm, Chairperson of the Board Of Commissioners, declared a local State of Emergency due to widespread or sever damage to property caused by flooding in the Southeastern portion of St Clair County. The potential of further severe flooding exists based on increased water.
Homeland Security and Emergency Management continues to work with the local municipalities to assist with monitoring and response to the situation.
If your home in impacted by flood damage, it is important that you contact the Emergency Operations Center at (810)989-6392 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Please indicate your address, phone number, foundation type, amount of water in your home and damage pictures in the email.
For life threatening emergencies, please call 9-1-1.
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.