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is your canal front trailer in the Hatch on septic?
I believe they are working on that in Steinhatchee from what I have heard and, from what I've heard it will be $6000 to hook up. Anything new and within range of the force mains will be required to hook up. Plus you get the sewer charge added to your water bill. I believe there are ways around paying up front but, again I need to do more research on the matter. Not really sure it was done. You will still need a tank and a pump will be used to move the grey water to the force main.Mine is up to code. It only needs to be done like that if it can't pass the perk test and where you are at it probably wouldn't, Art.
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What a snowflake editorial of questionable scientific confidence.FS has become a lost soul without any expertise or even basic respect for editorial accuracy.\Even the way some professional comments were written ignore basic principles of the current situation.For one, this snowcapped article forgets that we are still suffering from levee design standards which changed after Hurricane Katrina. That forced major changes in the way we manage Lake Okeechobee. That forced us to take on repairs and upgrades and limit water storage while we do it.So its Governor Scott's fault?? Scott is the one that put up Florida funds to expedite construction slowed by the lack of funding by the Federal Government .Now and previously, FS has jumped on the send it South without any editorial research or understanding of the restrictions on flowing water to the South and how Indian politics affects that issue.FS spouted all that bull crap about how the new reservoir was going to be placed and I told them where it would be and what the restriction would be on it. But no, a crappy bunch of fishing editors thought otherwise.And these idiots on Stuart continue to ignore the story of how the reservoir ended up not a reservoir. The EAA was under construction and SFWMD got sued by environmental groups to stop it. So here we are begging for it to be started again after we wasted $250 million on it to begin with and most of that was cancellation costs for the contract that was to build it.Why don't you editors try to put together a magazine like Florida Sport Fishing Mag which actually has informative and interesting articles.You guys killed a magazine that used to be worth reading.]Skip the enviro crap, you guys don't have the ability to understand the underlying issues so you publish a crap article like this.And you should be banned for violating your snowflake but own dam political post policy!
That is why it isn't done in a lot of places especially remote locations like Ozello, the cost would be significant and a septic system is the most practical way. Fortunately, a lot of the nature coast is now preserve and there won't be a lot of development done otherwise it could be a lot worse. I am glad the SRWMD owns the land across the river from my place and along most of the river north of town.
Doc Stressor said:
All septic systems contribute to either surface or groundwater pollution. I wish we had an option for a sewer where we live. I'd pay to stop making the springs green.
Some place are just not meant to be inhabited. All the houses on islands in the Hommassa river? https://www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/sites/default/files/medias/documents/Homosassa River SWIM Plan_0.pdf
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