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  • Nine Years of Chemical Contamination Continues in LIberty Creek- downtown Franklin

    Send in your comments to the state by Monday January 11.  Click here.   State needs to require ELMCO company to clean-up the hazardous chemicals in groundwater going under people's homes and going into Liberty Creek behind BGA school.

  • Nashville's State Scenic River Declared Endangered

    Threats: Sewer pollution and water withdrawals tied to key decisions in Franklin are putting clean water, fish and wildlife, and recreation at risk.  Click here for how you can help!

  • The "Protecting Clean Rivers and Water" License Plates are Here!

    Get yours today!

  • Reducing pollution

    Federal Judge Dismisses Franklin's countersuit against HRWA, Nov. 4. HRWA's lawsuit under Clean Water Act to address city's noncompliance with sewage treatment plant discharge permit continues.


Federal Judge dismisses aggressive legal tactics by Franklin against HRWA

Free speech legal expert, Paul Levy, an attorney at Public Citizen, in Washington, DC, interviewed by Tennessean says "What they (Franklin) want to do is beat (HRWA) into the ground.... I would say it is a form of bullying."  Read Tennessean column by Frank Daniels, III.


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