Up in North Puffin, the Conservation Law Foundation is concerned. See, the State of Vermont issued St. Albans City a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) permit last month.
“We’re convinced that significant water quality improvements in Vermont will take too long to achieve,” a spokesman who was not Dennis Farina said.
They are so worried about the timing for water quality improvements in Vermont that they have challenged the permit.
If I’ve got this straight, they want things to go faster so they figure the best way to do that is to tie the engineers, the municipal officials — the very people who would otherwise do all the work — plus a bunch of attorneys up in court? For the next year or ten?
This photo is about water quality, and it depicts a bathroom toilet. How concerned are Vermonters about the quality of water that flushes their toilet?