Residents oppose plan by developer
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#1 Dec 11, 2007
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"Rick Loomis, of Clean Water Action's Allentown office, urged DEP officials to deny Haydt's permit request. Loomis said some of the homes are proposed to be built on a 15 percent grade and will generate a lot of stormwater."
Please quantify "a lot of stormwater" in CFS if you do not mind. Detention basins are intended to release stormwater at or below pre-development rates, meaning the flows (in CFS) leaving the basins and making it to the streams are LESS than what reached them when it is woods.
Lets leave the engineering to the engineers!
#2 Dec 11, 2007
Like Myron Haydt's going to care what anyone else has to say.
I remember a severe drought during the summer of 1999 when there was a mandatory state restriction on unnecessary water usage. Guess what Salisbury Twp. mansion in Buckingham Place had its sprinklers going full-blast day after day while others did the right thing and let their lawns go dormant?
Yep, Myron Haydt. Appears to do whatever he wants ...
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