Two Updates on Water and Related Environmental Rights Issues

Posted over at Nittany Valley Environmental Coalition:

Spring Creek Watershed Action Plan (SCWAP) Update from Terry Melton

  • “…In conclusion, the top metrics agreed upon for measuring water quality were: macroinvertebrates, temperature, chlorine, chloride, nutrients, sediment, dissolved oxygen (DO), and flow…The meeting concluded with a plan for both water quality and water quantity groups to meet again on September 20, 7 pm, Ferguson Township building.”

Updates from a Chester County Court Battle of People v. Toll Brothers

  • “…As this conditional use application from Toll Brothers would permanently impair environmental and historic resources at Crebilly Farm, the Environmental Rights Amendment must take precedence over the conditional use process since the state Constitution supersedes all laws passed by the legislature…”

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