Little doubt that Western Wake Partners will be able to get the state legislature to force the waste water project through

There’s been a lot of discussion about the Western Wake Partners (WWP) waste water treatment plant to be built in New Hill and the discharge line to the Cape Fear below Buckhorn Dam in Chatham County. The simple answer is that our BOC should just say “No!” to protect the property owners and the community that would be affected by the line. Opponents fear not only the direct affects of the line but also future expansion of Cary and Apex into Chatham County. They see this as a repetition of past abuse by larger entities at their expense, especially the creation of Jordan Lake. They believe that by saying no we can stop this project and protect Chatham County from further encroachment. Unfortunately, looking at the history and scope of this project I’m afraid that’s a very naïve belief.

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