Army Corps of Engineers which owns and operates Kerr Lake.
and the editor of the Daily Dispatch. KLPW made enough noise to get discussions on hydrilla. Now a new possible threat, coal …
FROM WRAL RALEIGH NC REPORTS – State lawmakers
One week later answers have changed from bad
to good and from bad to worse. Hope still exists for minimal impact.
The lead person for the North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources NCDENR
now says that the potential impact to the John H. Kerr Reservoir from the coal ash spill just over a week ago at a defunct Eden, NC power plant on the Dan River will …
right now, coal ash waste and water, although reduced, is still flowing into the #DanRiver from the Duke Power holding pond near Eden, NC. Several sources have told Kerr Lake Park Watch that the water near
Danville, VA is a murky gray.
There have not yet been any plausible comments about the potential contamination effects on the #John …
FROM NEWS & WIRE REPORTS
– Duke Energy admitted Monday that 82,000 tons of coal ash and up to 27 million gallons of water were released from a pond at a closed plant at Eden into the Dan River. The concern
by Kerr Lake Park Watch is that the Dan River is one of the main water sources for the John H. Kerr Reservoir.
Added only as a FAQ sheet to an 8-page “Year in Review” report by VA State Parks Director Joe Elton, the quietly announced park rate hike has already taken
“Although it is not perfectly clear in …
A number of prime camping sites at Hibernia State Recreation Area have been approved for improvements or rehab by the US Army Corps of Engineers.
NC State Parks officials had to get Corps approval to make site changes as the federal government is actually the owner of the seven NC State Recreation areas around Kerr Lake. According to
Bryce Fleming, the Park Superintendent, layout could start soon, “The paperwork for the resource management review was completed and …
Kerr Lake Park Watch was notified this afternoon by Michael Womack, the Operations Project Manager for Kerr Lake, that all camping facilities and
day-use areas operated by the U S Army Corps of Engineers are back open according to their regular schedules.
All of the parks operated by the Corps were closed by last Thursday in the partial government shutdown.
The Corps of Engineers has responsibilities for North Bend, Rudd’s Creek, Longwood and Buffalo Creek …