Another "No" To Waukesha's Waste Water
I've posted any number of times the statement two years ago by State Rep. Cory Mason, (D-Racine) that he didn't want Racine to become Waukesha's toilet by its sending Lake Michigan waste water down the Root River.
In fact, his statement with a link graces the left margin of my blog home page.
And as Waukesha has acceded to Mason's admonition, and chosen Wauwatosa's Underwood Creek as its probable pipeline of sorts back to the Lake for the waste water dump, Milwaukee County Board Supervisor John Weishan is taking the same position, too.
Added wrinkle: Weishan is also a member of the board of the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission - - SEWRPC - - which has all but recommended Waukesha divert the water.
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