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Update on Grantsdale groundwater discharge permit

This is the second brief filed by B4P counsel in our lawsuit challenging DEQ’s groundwater discharge permit for the Grantsdale Additions subdivision.
Excerpt…
IV. CONCLUSION
Bitterrooters ask that the Court determine DEQ acted unlawfully by failing to follow the statute and regulations in granting an exemption to non-degradation review. DEQ’s decision was arbitrary and capricious in light of the voluminous public comments raising concerns about nutrient pollution that DEQ failed to address in its decision-making process. Failing to complete a non-degradation analysis that includes the consideration of cumulative impacts from increased groundwater discharge in the Bitterroot Basin. The Court should find the DEQ’s approval of the Grantsdale groundwater discharge permit both arbitrary and capricious, and violation of § 75-5-
301(5), MCA, and Admin. R. M. 17.30.715(2). Bitterrooters request the Court declare the Permit void and remand the matter to DEQ for consideration of impacts to surface waters as required by statute cumulative effects and degradation of the Bitterroot River.
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Read more…Grantsdale-Pls-Response-Brief-final.pdf
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Bitterrooters challenge MT_DEQ approval of groundwater discharge permit for Grantsdale Addition

Excerpt “This case presents important issues of first impression regarding DEQ’s obligation to protect surface waters from pollution generated by subdivision waste – water. DEQ violated the plain language of §75-5-301, MCA, by failing to assess the potential for surface water impacts even though the subdivision will discharge up to 60,000 gallons of sewage with high concentrations of nutrient pollution each day into the shallow, rapidly moving groundwater aquifer close to the Bitterroot River. DEQ failed to gather any site specific data about ground – surface water connectivity. DEQ then failed to respond to the voluminous evidence the public provided on hydrologic connectivity. Read more…. Read more…June 26 Grantsdale Addition briefing.pdf Олександр Васильович Фільчаковпрокатка правка штампованных и литых дисковФильчаков прокурор отзывыpower pro шнурдвери убертюра новосибирскэдвардс гуглдвери купе на кухню