We are GranburyFresh- an organized group of concerned homeowners and businesses who will be significantly impacted by the City of Granbury’s proposed location for a new sewer plant.
Our mission is to work with City of Granbury officials toward a positive solution that will best serve the public interest and protect the public welfare of Hood County.
Our proposed solution is to provide TCEQ and the City of Granbury with additional data and facts, to encourage City officials to withdraw the current TCEQ Permit application, and instead pursue a permit for a sewer plant located in a less developed area – one where the facility will do the least harm. The current proposed sewer plant location at 3121 Old Granbury Road will do the most harm and will propose significant risks to the overall economy of Granbury, the environment, and to schools, parks, prime farmland, historical sites, and the health of hundreds of businesses and citizens in the vicinity of the plant.
HOW YOU CAN HELP:
Let your voice be heard and make a Public Comment to let TCEQ know how you will be affected by a sewer plant located so close to where you live and/or work, and where your children and grandchildren play.
We are currently in an extended Public Comment period.The comment period was extended past the original 10 June 2020 date because our request for a Public Meeting was granted. As a result, Public Comments will be accepted up until the date of the Public Meeting.To participate, simply click on the red button above to generate a simple topic-based form that will meet all the requirements for an official Public Comment to be submitted to TCEQ; and plan to attend the Virtual Public Meeting on September 10th (see details below.)
The City of Granbury is proposing to construct a new sewage plant at 3121 Old Granbury Road. This is adjacent to heavily populated residential areas and the thriving business corridor along Highway 377. Help GranburyFresh encourage city officials to locate the sewer plant in a less populated area where it will do less harm to people, aquatic life, wildlife, the environment, business interests and property values.
PARTICIPATE IN THE VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING on September 10th at 7:00pm. You can participate from home on your computer, or join us at the Bentwater Activity Center (1800 West Emerald Bend Court) on September 10th beginning at 6:30 if you want to participate in a socially distanced group setting.
You may register for the public meeting using the following link:
This is the same link and webinar ID you’ll use to join the public meeting on the night of September 10.
Just follow the link provided above. There is no need to purchase any software. The first time you log on for the webinar, the software will automatically download on your computer to give you a control panel to use during the meeting. It takes several minutes to download, which is why we recommend logging into the webinar 15 minutes early. The TCEQ host will also explain how to use the technology at the beginning of the meeting.”
If you want to listen to the meeting without speaking, you may call Toll Free (415) 655-0052 and enter ACCESS CODE: 455-162-111
MAKE A PUBLIC COMMENT: Let TCEQ know how the proposed sewer plant will adversely impact your health, your ability to enjoy your property, and your ability to enjoy fishing or swimming or other activities by making a Public Comment. Comments can be made on-line, by mail, or by speaking at the virtual Public Meeting. The comment period ends upon completion of the public meeting on September 10th so act NOW!
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