Bardstown Boaters to Monitor Local Streams

Posted by Spalding Hurst

November 30, 2009


Members of the Bardstown Boaters met with City of Bardstown officials Thursday, Nov. 19th to discuss an organized effort to identify unlawful discharges into the community’s local watersheds. The Bardstown Boaters agreed to provide volunteers that will walk local streams and tributaries to locate, photograph, and record any evidence of discharges or system failures. These efforts spanning the next five years will ultimately help the City combat illegal storm and sanitary discharges that contribute to stream pollution, erosion, debris, etc. The Bardstown Boaters are excited to be part of this plan and look forward to working again with the City of Bardstown to improve the quality of our local waterways.

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