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Sewage overflow spills into Reed Creek tributary

Posted: February 18, 2014 - 4:29pm  |  Updated: February 23, 2014 - 12:08am

From staff reports

About 6,000 gallons of sewage spilled into a tributary of Reed Creek on Tuesday when a clogged sewer line overflowed in a Martinez subdivision.

Columbia County Utilities was notified at about 12:30 p.m. of the sewage overflow on Hickory Oak Hollow in the Brookfield West subdivision, according to a press release. Utility workers used high-pressure water to clear the line, which had been clogged by roots, the release said. It was cleared by 2:15 p.m.

The overflow spilled into Kelley Branch, which flows through the Watervale and Barrington neighborhoods before connecting to Reed Creek.

The Utilities department has posted signs warning of the spill and plans a follow-up video inspection of
the sewer line, the release said.

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Your Rain Tax dollars at work. Reaction vs. planned action.

"Run to Failure" mentality allows for the misappropriation of funds collected. Budgeted for maintenance undone. The tax money disappears. Oh, that would not happen in CC. How many 1 cent taxes have been collected for "No River Watch Pkwy" over the decades. Your tax dollars at work again. Financing face lifts and luxury lifestyles of the politically connected.

Throw the bums out. Ray Stevens has a great video for same.


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