ATTENTION

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, March 18, 2015

Sewer service?

There will be a community meeting on 03/23/2015 at 10:00 AM.  It will be held at the Crossville Community Center to discuss Barry Fields taking over the sewer plant.  This is your opportunity to speak out about this issue.  Be sure to let your friends and neighbors know about the meeting because it will likely be the only opportunity you have to provide your feedback.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Recent TSUD meeting information

During the most recent TSUD meeting a proposal was put forward by Barry Fields to take control of the sewer plant for one year.  He is hoping to get the state to change the permit allowing him to add more customers.  Previously the state has told us that the permit would not be altered in this way.  We should have a copy of his proposal later today and will be posting it as soon as we have it.

We are still gathering information on what makes him think he can get the permit changed.  The people of the Lake Tansi community deserve to have a say in this and we here at STS will do all we can to provide you with the information as we get it.


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.