Yesterday I posted – click right smack here for the riveting conversation – that the county did not pay a fine for waste water stuff. Apparently, that's not the case. (Thanks, Michael Grider.)
County folks got back to me last night (actually, Grider got back to me last night), letting me know that – yes – the county did actually pay some coin.
And it was due to our old pals at Natural Resources Recovery of Tennessee. I think
Grider said the details are outlined in the Consent Agreement and Final Order between the company and the county. You can read that bad boy by clicking right smack here.
Look under section II.
The county – according to Public Works and Engineering Director Dwight Van de Vate via Grider – paid $4,000 and NRRT paid $8,000.