Anti-Pipeline website

This “Best Place to Live” may increase its
urban water supply NOT with mountain runoff from the Shenandoah National Park,
not from the fields and forests of northwest Albemarle, not from stewardship of
our watershed, but from the James River. Recently, the Rivanna Water and Sewer
Authority (RWSA) assured the County Board of Supervisors that while the James
River was a “different quality” of water from our local sources, this could be
taken care of–the RWSA might simply “need to add more chemicals–at times–to
treat it.”

Scottsville now has its
target=”NewWindow”>very own website devoted to fighting the
pipleline
option.

Help
us say “NO” to a James River Pipeline and keep your local water supply LOCAL.
This “Best Place to Live” may increase its urban water supply NOT with mountain
runoff from the Shenandoah National Park, not from the fields and forests of
northwest Albemarle, not from stewardship of our watershed, but from the James
River. Recently, the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority (RWSA) assured the County
Board of Supervisors that while the James River was a “different quality” of
water from our local sources, this could be taken care of–the RWSA might simply
“need to add more chemicals–at times–to treat it.”

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