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.
The purpose of GRANBURY FRESH is to protect public health, public welfare, the environment, and the quality of life for residents in Hood County with a special emphasis on Lake Granbury and waters contributing to Lake Granbury.
The current proposed sewer plant location at 3121 Old Granbury Road will pose significant risks and adverse impacts for the overall economy of Granbury, the environment, schools, parks, prime farmland, historical sites, property values, and the health of hundreds of residents in the vicinity of the proposed facility. Granbury Fresh encourages city officials to work with county and state officials and subject-matter-experts to explore alternatives to the current proposed sewer plant location. These alternative sewer plant locations must consider of the EPA-adopted Lake Granbury Watershed Protection Plan and should also consider regional sewage treatment solutions, expansion/improvement of existing sewage treatment facilities, TLAP and beneficial reuse options, and available sewage treatment funding opportunities that accompany planning for a less environmentally damaging sewer plant location (e.g., EPA grants, Green Infrastructure Incentives, etc.).
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.
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.
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In order for your comments to be considered by TCEQ, your comment MUST specifically state that you are an “AFFECTED PARTY” or, if you are a home or property owner, an “AFFECTED LANDOWNER”. , please add the following sentence: Include specifically HOW you are an affected party. For example, if you recreate (swim, kayak, fish, paddle board, etc.) in Rucker Creek or Rucker Cove—the proposed discharge route for the treated sewer water— please indicate this in your comments.
Your comment MUST also state the APPROXIMATE DISTANCE between your BUSINESS or RESIDENCE from the sewer plant’s location at 3121 OLD GRANBURY ROAD.
PLEASE JOIN US IN OUR EFFORTS TO LEAVE OUR COMMUNITY, AND OUR WORLD, BETTER THAN WE FOUND IT.
SUBMIT YOUR PUBLIC COMMENTS TO TCEQ TODAY!
IT’S THE RIGHT THING TO DO TO PROTECT OUR COMMUNITY!