This is going to effect EACH & EVERY resident of Tansi!

Homeowners, property owners, time share owners, and even renters will be paying for this project FOREVER!

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

TSUD is NOT over

We have more news concerning TSUD.  There was a TSUD meeting last night 01/13/2015 and two very important things came out of it.  First the bankruptcy judge has contacted Randy Boston the attorney for TSUD and we are not sure why.  Second the engineer Barry Fields said at the meeting that he believes that much of the water during heavy rains is flooding the RCI system which shows more water going through the sewer than is actually being used.  This is in response to the sewer being at capacity.  In other words he thinks that RCI is using less due to rain.  He believes he can repair this making it possible for other people to be connected to the sewer.

As this shows we still need to remain active and vigilant.  TSUD is not going away.  Continue to remain active as a community and as we learn more we will pass the information along.  Stay tuned.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Not much to report

There isn't much to report at this time.  Court will be coming up in a couple months but for now all is pretty quiet.  We here at STS wish all of you a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Potential buyer pulls out.

According to THIS article Barry Field has dropped his interest in buying the sewer plant.  Some of the language used in the write up seems to indicate that people are still holding out hope that the sewer can be saved.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

A stinky situation

We have been receiving complaints that the water being used on the golf course stinks like . . . well like what you might expect it to stink like since it's coming from the treatment facility.  This smell seems to be increasing.  We would like to hear from you about this.  If you smell or have smelled something when they are watering the golf course please let us know when and if possible where.  You may contact us directly or just post the information in the comments.

Something else to consider is the recent trouble in Toledo Ohio.  A blue-green algae bloom caused roughly 500,000 people to be without drinking, cooking or bathing water for several days.  There are several factors that seem to be part of an algae bloom like this.  Shallow water (The area of Lake Erie that this happened in is roughly 24 feet deep on average.), fertilizer run off and poorly treated waste water.  Ask yourself a few things.  What is the average depth of Lake Tansi?  How much fertilizer makes it into its waters?  What would happen if the treatment facility wasn't treating the water as well as it should or if it had too much sewage to treat?

We aren't saying that such a thing will happen here but it is worth thinking about.  Isn't it?