A positive view from Michigan on what proposed Great Lakes restoration money will do.
'Permits 'R Us' Michigan DEQ water quantity program rubber stamps water withdrawal application. Even worse, the applicant admits the huge amount of water approved for withdrawal is to support future sprawl which is inconsistent with state law:
"Some people think this 85 million gallons is well beyond what we need but the reality is on a hot August day, Flint and Genesee County together can use 55 million gallons," said Wright. "We put in the extra gallons to plan for future use, for what happens over the next 30 years as we develop the economy around here."
If you like nuclear power, you'll love that more high-level waste is being stored close to Lake Michigan in Wisconsin.