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Army Corps of Engineers and EPA Poised to reach into your backyard and regulate that puddle

Army Corps of Engineers and EPA Poised to reach into your backyard and regulate that puddle

By Steve Neugebauer Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome back Mr. Steve Neugebauer, an expert hydrologist, geological, engineering consultant. This is not the first time the Corps (Army Corps of Engineers) and USEPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency) have tried to regulate more than true navigable waters and it will not be the last […]

EPA’s “clarification” only confirms they are making a grab for water rights

EPA’s “clarification” only confirms they are making a grab for water rights

Steve Neugebauer is the principal hydrogeologist, engineering geologist for SNR Company out of Duvall Washington.  Mr. Neugebauer works both in the states of Washington and California and is an expert in his field. These are his comments on the latest press release from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) attempt to clarify their position on what […]

Proposed Expansion of Water Authority by EPA

Proposed Expansion of Water Authority by EPA

WOULD EXTEND FEDERAL CONTROL TO VIRTUALLY ALL U.S. LANDS   WATERS OF THE U.S. There is a proposal that redefines federal authority over the water–and thus the lands–of the United States. The impact is best illustrated by the maps below. The Clean Water Act authority shown in the first map would be extended to the proposed Clean Water Restoration […]