All documents in the Letter Library are in Adobe pdf format.
This is the Third Notice of Deficiency Letter from the TCEQ to Post Oak Clean Green, Inc. It includes 46 identified items that must be addressed prior to the TCEQ’s determining that the technical application is technically complete.
This letter clearly asks the TCEQ to return the POCG Permit Application and requests a contested case hearing.
“Despite being provided with the opportunity to respond to two separate Notices
of Deficiency (NODs), the material submitted by Post Oak Clean Green, Inc. (Post
Oak) still lacks sufficient completeness and clarity for the Executive Director,
or the public, to meaningfully evaluate whether the proposed landfill will
endanger the health, welfare, environment, or physical property of nearby
residents. For this reason, SPOD hereby requests that the Executive Director
return the materials submitted by Post Oak pursuant to 30 TAC § 330.57(d).1″
This letter states that the Railroad Commission is “strongly opposed” to the landfill.
This is the Second Notice of Deficiency Letter from the TCEQ to Post Oak Clean Green, Inc. It includes 40 identified items of concern that must be addressed prior to the TCEQ’s determining that the technical application is technically complete.
This Comment letter includes SPOD’s written comment and a request for a public hearing. The document also a map of uncapped wells and the Impact Assessment of Wetlands and Jurisdictional Waters (which includes many wetlands maps).
This is a letter that states that the proposed landfill may have a ‘deleterious impact’ on the well field in the SAWS $132 Million Regional Carrizo Project.
Canyon Regional has incurred $60 Million in debt to finance the development of the Carrizo-Wilcox groundwater projects. It states “Perserving the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer unimparied as a reliable source of supply is the central tenet of this objection.”
This is the First Notice of Deficiency Letter from the TCEQ to Post Oak Clean Green, Inc. It includes 68 identified items of concern that must be addressed prior to the TCEQ’s determining that the technical application is technically complete.
This is a Public Notice by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers requesting comments on POCGI use of water and wetlands. Important: All comments pertaining to this Public Notice must reach there office on or before March 29, 2012, which is the close of the comment period.
A letter from SPOD to the TCEQ stating that Post Oak Clean Green, Inc. has failed to post required public notice signs at the proposed site and publish public notice in Spanish.
A letter from SPOD to the TCEQ submitting Identifying Information and requesting a Contested Case Hearing. The letter includes the first list of SPOD concerns communicated to the TCEQ.
This Letter from the SSLGC clearly states its three objections: 1) Landfill sits on top of the upper Wilcox Aquifer, 2) Landfill sits on or near the Darst-Manford Oil Field Fault, and 3) Landfill would send overland water flow into Nash Creek.
Here is the TCEQ letter communicating the granting of the request for a public meeting by Senator Wentworth.
Here is a study completed in 2002 to improve the basic understanding of the groundwater conditions of the Guadalupe County Groundwater Conservation District and to help identify possible management strategies in order to regulate the production of groundwater from the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer. It includes a detailed study and county specific aquifer maps.