Complaint ID 1506 — Public Copy
Report generated on November 27, 2021, 6:35 PM.
|Date Received||May 25, 1999, 9:00 AM|
|Assigned Office||Coastal District|
|Date Complaint Closed||August 9, 2000, 12:00 AM|
|Review Comments||[Not entered]|
CORNHOUSE CREEK HAS DRIED UP WHERE IT CROSSES HWY 121 SOUTH OF FOLKSTON AND ON THE WAY TO ST.GEORGE. COMPLAINANT WONDERING IF CREEK DRIED UP BECAUSE OF CHESSER ISLAND LANDFILL CONSTRUCTION
|Primary Concern||Comprehensive Solid Waste|
|Secondary Concern||Water Quality Control|
|Location of Complaint||[Not entered]|
|City of Complaint||FOLKSTON|
|County of Complaint||Charlton|
|Facility ID Number||[Not entered]|
|Source Name||POSSIBLY CHESSER ISLAND LANDFILL|
|Source Contact||[Not entered]|
|Source Address||FOLKSTON, Georgia|
May 27, 1999 — Initial Investigation
Called The Manager At Chesser Island Road Land Fill And Asked Him If They Were Using The Creek For Anything. He Said That In The Past They Have Used Water From One Of The Creek'S Tributaries That Flows Thru The Landfill For Dust Control, But Water Levels Are So Low Due To Lack Of Rainfall That They Have Ceased This Operation. He Said That The Creek Is Fed From The Swamp, And That Swamp Water Levels Are Low This Year Due To The Dry Conditions.
June 1, 1999 — Follow-Up Investigation Report
Called Mr. Worley And Passed On This Information. He Said That He Had Walked Up The Creek Over The Memorial Day Weekend, And Had Discovered This Himself.
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