Tag: Floyds Fork

EPA approved KY Division of Water’s Floyds Fork Bacteria TMDL

EPA approved KY Division of Water’s (KDOW) Floyds Fork Bacteria TMDL this September. This report, prepared by KDOW, addresses impairments in 18 stream segments that make them impaired for the primary contact recreation (swimming) and secondary contact recreation (boating and wading) designated uses in the Floyds Fork Watershed which is located in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, […]

Floyds Fork Update

On November 6th, 2013, KDOW sent an email to various stakeholders regarding the Floyds Fork Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) efforts.  In the email, DOW said that they “continue to work on model assumptions and TMDL development.”  As part of the update, DOW states that they are continuing to collect data and monitor the […]

Sustainability and Utility Regulation

The Louisville Bar Association hosted a seminar focusing on Sustainability and Utility Regulation.  Bob Ehrler (LG&E/KU), Peter Goodmann (Kentucky Division of Water), and Tony Hatton (Kentucky Division of Waste Management) were the speakers. Mr. Ehrler spoke about the developments in air quality regulations and their effect on utilities, like LG&E.  He highlighted several changes, including: […]

SMG Represents Clients at the Floyds Fork TAC

SMG serves as a representative for several clients on the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for the Floyds Fork nutrient TMDL.  The fourth TAC meeting was held on February 20, 2013.  The issue that dominated the meeting was the nutrient targets for the watershed that have been developed by Kentucky Division of Water (KDOW).  Targets are basically […]

Floyds Fork Nutrient TMDL - Public Meeting #5

SMG has been actively involved in the development of a nutrient TMDL on Floyds Fork, located in Jefferson County, Kentucky and surrounding counties.  Dan Hardin, an engineer with SMG’s Louisville office, has provided this update on the most recent Public Meeting held last Tuesday. The two hour meeting was divided into four presentations 1. Stakeholder Process Update Dr. […]