The letter is by Tiffany Yelton-Bram, who is Manager of the Water Quality Source Control Section at the DEQ office in Portland. It sets a deadline of 7/22/2014 for Molalla to produce the requested answers and records.
The closing paragraph includes three ‘recommendations’ that DEQ would like to see Molalla do:
- keep all recycled water irrigation records for five years
- identify an alternative means (such as a website) to share records with the Public
- rewrite and reorganize the RWUP to improve readability for the Public.
Here is a link to the PDF:
20140710.. Letter to D.Huff re MSTP RWUP, need more info, by T.Yelton-Bram (2p)
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